Fletcher in Toronto at The Velvet Underground
Written By | Gabriel Di Sante
On September 3th at Velvet Underground, Queen Street West Toronto, the audience had the opportunity to enjoy the powerful and emotional performance by the talented artist—Finding Fletcher who is best known as a pop singer during her 2019 tour.
Stylish pop singer/songwriter who cites Lorde as a primary inspiration, FLETCHER first gained attention for “War Paint,” a digital single that went viral in the summer of 2015. She debuted on the Billboard pop genre charts in 2019 with “Undrunk.”
See More Photos of Fletcher HERE
Over the next two years, FLETCHER continued to focus on singles, releasing “You Should Talk” in late 2017, followed a year later by “I Believe You,” a song inspired by the #MeToo movement. In January 2019, she returned with “Undrunk.” Featuring production by Malay (Frank Ocean, Lorde), the single landed in the Top 20 of Billboard’s Pop Songs and Mainstream Top 40 charts.
The performance was amazing full of energy and a lot of interaction with the crowd as usual. Something that I really enjoyed was the fact that you can see what she is doing she is doing it with passion and love, I was able to feel different emotions during her performance and for me just a real artist can make you feel that. I have no words to describe the amazing experience that I had and I really appreciate it and hope the best for her during the full tour.
Photo Credit: Gabriel Di Sante
See More of Gabriel Di Sante’s work HERE
One thought on “Fletcher in Toronto at The Velvet Underground”