Romy Low is Spain’s ‘Little Miss Flapper’.

It would appear that the 1920s are coming back in fashion. Following Lorie’s Dita, Spain’s new dance diva Romy Low releases Little Miss Flapper. It is an exceedingly catchy number and certainly one of the most contemporary dance numbers to come out of Spain in a while. I’m particularly loving the backing vocals, having being wrung through the vocoder and giving the song an unusual edge.  Check out the award-winning music video:

Romy Low is fast making a name for herself in the Spanish music scene with her catchy songs, slick music videos and stunning looks. She’s also one of the names rumoured to be in line to represent Spain at the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest. I sincerely hope this is the case.

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One Comment on “Romy Low is Spain’s ‘Little Miss Flapper’.”

  1. HelenaRo says:

    She is great! I think she could be a good choice for Spain! ROMY LOW power!!!


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