about little flowers

little flowers (thérèse anne) is a self-taught singer-songwriter and sound maker from New Hope, PA. she began songwriting at age 16 when she was gifted a guitar and a box of records. this box contained some of her biggest musical inspirations, including patti smith, joni mitchell, bob dylan, david bowie, joan armatrading, neil young, and others. she began composing songs on both guitar and piano, sitting down and creating at any chance she got.

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while studying sociology at Lehigh University, little flowers joined the music box, a local collective of student musicians, and performed her first live unplugged show in 2011. She went on to win Battle of the Bands in 2012, performing her original song “Mr. Ohio” with rock trio 3 If By Air. In the summer of 2012, little flowers traveled to duisburg, germany to study sociology and perform small secret acoustic shows in the youth underground music scene. for the next few years, she continued to write and collaborate, exploring and experimenting with various genres.

after graduating college, little flowers retreated to a small lake town in PA for the next year, continuing to write poetry and record privately. in 2016, she relocated to new hope and began booking solo performances and exploring her own solo sound. during this time, she linked up with local producer Spencer Blevins of Metadog Music and experimented in more electronic compositions. in the summer of 2017, little flowers hit the road and headed cross country to write and perform, spending time in Central Washington with her friends at Ducktown Records, recording folk covers and bare acoustic original tunes. she has been featured artist at Godfrey Daniel’s listening room, John & Peter’s, and has performed at various intimate house and barn shows throughout the country.

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currently, little flowers is a songwriter, session singer, and production apprentice at hopetown sounds. she is also recording her debut ep with producer Brian Dale Allen Strouse.

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little flower’s songs explore the impermanent yet real emotions, spaces, and interactions that make up the human experience. she often sings of real and hard truths in a sweet and patient way, creating a space for her listeners to reflect and process the universal story into something personal.