Six-piece emerging Hip Hop act Monster Florence are making serious waves across both sides of the Atlantic following two EP releases ‘The Groove’ in 2016 and last year’s ‘Bad Gear’. With their debut going straight in at No.5 in iTunes Hip Hop Charts, last year’s second body of work saw them receive heavyweight plaudits from the likes of Pigeons & Planes and Notion Magazine due completely to the strength of their underground heat through tracks like ‘Peepin’ and ‘Scum’ - sending serious Underachievers and Flatbush Zombies signals. Coming through in 2018 with a self-produced new album ‘Foul’, it’s Monster Florence’s dark innovation on the flow, crisp hooks and icy, brooding instrumentals that will continue to generate intrigue around the unorthodox crew. Made up of Alex Osiris, Dream McLean, Wallace Rice, Tom Donovan, Cameron Morrell and Jonny Poole – they’re the kind of undeniably wavy, cult underground project that reminds exactly why the UK remains such a thrilling place for new musical forms – a signature that’s already seen them support the likes of KRS One and showcase on BBCR1, 1Xtra and BBC6 Music amongst others.