Emerging Thai singer, songwriter, Flower.far is determined to show the world that “Thai people are not inferior to anyone in the world”.
Her new song, “FOLLOW” incorporates scenes from one of Thailand’s tourist destinations, Uthai Thani in Northern Thailand and beats that are a collaboration between Flower.far and her companion producer, MENO.
“I want everyone to know that this is made by Thai people,” said Flower.far on the making of her music video.
The 22-year-old said she enjoyed working in the natural scenes of her country and that she rode on an elephant for the first time for her music video.
“On the shooting day of the MV at Hup Pa Tat, Uthai Thani, it was so much fun, going into the forest, to the cave, and…riding on an elephant. Because I’ve never ridden on an elephant before, when I rode on it for a long time, I felt kind of like an elephant sick. I got dizzy like I was gonna faint, but it was all good after all.
She also thanked her production team staff, the producer, and YUPP! Entertainment for “making the song ‘FOLLOW’ become this grand for me.”
“I really hope that everyone gets to watch the music video, and there’s a Dance Challenge on TikTok as well. You guys can check it out, dance, and sing along. Please check FOLLOW out,” said Flower.far.
Flower.far’s latest track ‘FOLLOW’ tells a tale of getting lost in a situationship, where clarity seems elusive.
It’s a story of love that lingers, yet sometimes a goodbye seems inevitable. In the near conclusion of the song, a devotional, prayer-like sound is introduced, symbolizing the waiting game in love.
The music is an eclectic blend, as Flower.far and her producer companion “MENO” fuse Afro Beat with Pop Soul music, inviting listeners to groove to its tribal rhythm.
Hailing from Thailand’s YUPP! Entertainment, Flower.far has been a rising star in 2022.
Her name graced the NME100 list, she performed on the globally renowned YouTube channel COLORS, featured in Spotify RADAR Thailand and Spotify RADAR Global campaigns, and earned the Best New Artist Award at the “KomChadLuek Award 19.”
Moreover, she joined forces with the chart-topping label 88rising for a remix of Jackson Wang’s “SLOW” alongside the hot duo HYBS.
All images supplied by YUPP! Entertainment.