New Orleans Artist Bailey Flores Implores Us To ‘Kiss Me More’ With New Single

A self-confessed emo kid, New Orleans artist, Bailey Flores takes her inspiration from the likes of Paramore, Circa Survive, and the soft-rock favourites of her father. Her new single however, ‘Kiss Me More’, sees Bailey’s vocals soar to the skies, and fall back to somewhere in between Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga. Yep. She’s that good.

Her rich and powerful voice is an instrument on its own, and so it’s highly appropriate that Bailey is accompanied only by a piano as she swoops across the notes, in a song that’s midway between an anthem and a rap song. There’s a little bit of gospel in there, and a whole lot of soul, and so it should come as no surprise that Bailey started her career in her bedroom, singing along to her vocal heroes until she’d reached the point of imitation perfection. So far as performance goes, she’s toured with a gospel group, and she’s sung on the stages of international music festivals, as well as featured on award-winning albums.

‘Kiss Me More’ follows on from her two singles released last year, ‘Grave Dancer’, and ‘Savory’, and all three serve as a showcase for her incredible talents as a songwriter, vocalist, and storyteller.

Bailey has self-released ‘Kiss Me More’, but she’s is the founder and owner of Bailey Flores Entertainment, LLC, which has seen her provide her songwriting services to a wide variety of clients, including a regular collaboration with KC Da Producer, best known for his recent production of Justin Bieber’s, ‘There She Go’.

Outside of her musical interests, Bailey Flores is a keen gamer, with a deep appreciation of fantasy culture, and it’s her hope that one day she will be immortalised as an anime character.

You can find out more about Bailey Flores and her music online on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, TikTok, and YouTube.

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