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Bristol, United Kingdom

Florence Ellen Arnold (born 28 December 1988 in Bristol, UK), known professionally by her stage name Florrie, is an English drummer, singer-songwriter and model. She initially released her music independently, but signed to Sony Music under the newly-formed imprint Xenomania Records in 2013. As the drummer in Xenomania house band JFK, she has performed drums on Girls Aloud’s “The Promise” and Alesha Dixon’s “The Boy Does Nothing”.

Florrie was born in Bristol and attended Colston’s Girls’ School. She took up playing the drums when she was in Greece on a family holiday aged six. As a teenager she played in bands in her home town, eventually moving to London. A meeting with the manager of Australian singer Gabriella Cilmi led Florrie to successfully audition as the drummer in the houseband of Xenomania.

In February 2010, Florrie released a free download through her official site of “Call 911 (Fred Falke Remix)”. Since then, she has also released several remixes of “Call 911” and a number of other original tracks, such as “Panic Attack”, “Fascinate Me” and “You Wanna Start Something”.

On 10 November 2010, Florrie released her debut EP Introduction, featuring four original tracks: “Call of the Wild”, “Give Me Your Love”, “Summer Nights” and “Left Too Late” .

Florrie’s second EP, Experiments, was released on 14 June 2011. It includes “Begging Me”, “Experimenting with Rugs”, “She Always Gets What She Wants”, “Speed of Light”, “What You Doing This For” and “I Took a Little Something”.


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