A true polymath, Beija Flo, has crafted her own universe, pulling together elements of activism, performance art and education. Impossible to pin down, her sound is one that encompasses everything from open hearted balladry to acerbic punk. Tackling everything from love and relationships through to mental and sexual health, she is truly an artist for our times, juxtaposing her darkest moments against those of enduring hope.
Telling her story through her songs, she let us into her world and teaches us not to be fearless, but to wear our insecurities as warpaint: to accept our differences, embrace our similarities and to live our lives as true and as vibrant as possible. To witness Beija Flo live is an unforgettable experience. Songs, performance and costumes aside Flo provokes a conversation that many would shy away from. Having discovered she was born with MRKH Syndrome when she was in her late teens, and as a young woman, coming to terms with the fact that there was little in the way of support or even relevant information to help her come to terms with how the condition would affect her: Flo’s reality is weaved through music and the narrative she shares with an ever growing audience.
We’re delighted to have pressed our debut vinyl from the West Derby’s nicest snides, Eyesore & The Jinx. Available now from all good record shops and bandcamp in sweet sweet gammon pink. At the average price of only 6 and a half Fray Bentos pies, it’s a stone cold bargain that will leave you feeling […]