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Lauren Spencer-Smith Pours Color Back Into The Red Flags On Searing Heartbreak Single ‘Flowers’

The highly-anticipated single follows up her viral single ‘Fingers Crossed,’ shared in January.

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Lauren Spencer-Smith - Photo: Jasper Soloff
Lauren Spencer-Smith - Photo: Jasper Soloff

On her latest single “Flowers,” Lauren Spencer-Smith watches as the red flags of a failed relationship reveal themselves in technicolor. Out via Republic Records, the highly-anticipated single follows up the 18-year-old singer and songwriter’s viral single “Fingers Crossed,” which has amassed more than 170 million global streams since its release in January.

“‘Flowers’ is about looking at a past experience and knowing I deserved more,” Spencer-Smith shared of the song in a statement. “I want people to be able to contemplate their own situations, and learn from them and heal if they need to. You aren’t alone and it gets better.”

Lauren Spencer-Smith - Flowers (Lyric Video)

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“Flowers” traces through the journey that connects heartbreak and healing as Spencer-Smith revisits crucial turning points in a relationship that, despite seeming minuscule at one moment, are revealed to be pivotal with hindsight.

“Maybe I was holding on to what I thought you were / But when you think too hard, eventually it starts to hurt,” she sings on the chorus. “The version of you in my head, now I know wasn’t true / Young people fall for the wrong people, guess my one was you.”

The song ends with a heavy concluding message as Spencer-Smith shares with her listeners a piece of advice that may have saved her from her own heartbreak had she heard it sooner: “If there’s anything I’ve learned it’s you should watch yourself / If it’s hurting you, then leave and go and get some help.”

Speaking of her songwriting process, the singer shared: “When I’m writing I always think about what’s going on in the world. How are people feeling? What are they going to relate to? I want to listen to a song and know what it’s about, that’s why I write with details about my life but always think, how will my fans relate? I want it to feel universal.”

Stream or purchase “Flowers.”

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