The music of preternaturally talented neo-folk singer Flo Morrissey recalls the hazy heyday of Laurel Canyon in the ’60s but also the freak folk revival from the 2000s, which is when she first uncovered this sound as a kid in London. Music was around her home — her father was a enthusiast of Devendra Banhart — and Morrissey gravitated toward it. She started writing tracks when she was 14, published originals to MySpace over another couple of years and, when she changed 17, left college to pursue music full-time. She agreed upon with Glassnote Information — label mind Daniel Glass seen a video of hers on YouTube and noticed potential — and documented her debut, Tomorrow Will End up being Beautiful, in LA with manufacturer Noah Georgeson (as destiny could have it, he’d previously created Banhart). Tomorrow Can Be Beautiful arrived on Glassnote in the summertime of 2015. In 2017, Morrissey matched up with Matthew E. Light for Gentlewoman, Ruby Guy, a assortment of covers.