Quelche - Flower In The Snow
In Quelche’s latest single, “Flower In The Snow” we’re presented with a slow paced, neo-classical and ambient blend that is incredibly gorgeous. The song breathes with a beautiful flow, where every melody and instrument has the time and place to shine.
The London based producer and composer is known for crafting texturally rich songs, ones filled with mesmerizing hooks that leave the listener feeling inspired and at peace. “Flower In The Snow” starts with a beautiful ambient pad and is slowly paired with a warm glowing piano hook. If you’re looking for the perfect song to enjoy this Sunday morning, look no further as Quelche has created the perfect backdrop.
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