ROWAN FLACK is a south London-based singer/songwriter who’s building a solid reputation for her  music, a music  which she says “delivers  introspective and accessible contemporary jazz with contemplative lyrics”. If you want to catch up with Rowan and her growing reputaion, then you need to investigate  her latest single, a gentle but catchy ‘Tipsy On The Tongue’.

The track is right on the cusp of pop and soul and there’s a charming timbre to the vocals which underlines why Ms Flack is creating quite a name  for herself on the London music scene.

Rowan says that the song , “is inspired mainly by relationships. As I have gotten to this stage of my life, I am constantly discovering different flaws and blessings in myself and my personality. I tend to lean towards writing about communication and personal experience, “ and that inherent vulnerability is evident in the song’s soundscape which is right on the current blue-eyed soul/ UK femme vibe – think Mica Millar.

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