Empty Flower

Raquel Martins' second EP explores intimate themes with her unique sound drawing on multiple traditions.

23-year-old singer-songwriter Raquel Martins’ unique sound expands on this EP. Martins’ sound reflects multiple sonic influences, from growing up in Portugal surrounded by Brazilian and classic jazz repertoire to the discovery of hip-hop, soul and jazz after a move to London aged 17.

Empty Flower is an intimate and emotional record, produced from her bedroom, exploring identity, growth, gender, and sexuality. 

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