Florence Joelle / Press

"Paris-born, Camden-based, her music has a heady, jazzy swing of the hips, the sultry tango of 'I’ll Come Running' the perfect soundtrack to any Martini-fuelled, Mad Men-themed party."

Q Magazine

"Florence Joelle sings rock ’n’ roll like Billie Holiday might, croons a torch ballad as Wanda Jackson may, and spices it all with a bit of Patti Smith attitude."

Michael Dregni - Vintage Guitar Magazine

"Florence Joelle has an album that feels like one of the sirens has fled her Greek rockery and headed off to London."

Fatea Magazine

"This has soul."

Vive Le Rock 8/10

"Sultry, sexy and French, she was born with a voice tailor-made to pour out enticing cocktails of chanson, r'n'b and jazz."

Rock'n'Reel ****

"Sheer class."

Jason Hobart - Shindig

"Stealing Flowers is a record to cherish."

Jane Cornwell - Jazzwise ****

"A genuine talent, and definitely one to watch."

Classic Rock

"Florence is a rare jewel and this second album captures her captivating style. She boasts deliciously suave vocal phrasing framed by a hot and agile band. Her savvy originals and jumping jazz standards are an unaffected joy. Blooming lovely."

Gavin Martin - The Daily Mirror ****

"Joelle's sensuous purred vocals and sprightly jazzy songs lend proceedings a contemporary edge while circumventing mere nostalgia."

Howard Male - The Independent ****