Anika Bharwani Highlights Same-Sex Relationships in New Video For ‘Bring Me Flowers'
RollingStone India|November 2021
The track is the Goa-based singer-songwriter’s second single after this year’s ‘Hot Air Balloon’
DAVID BRITTO

WITH THE RELEASE of her debut single, the tranquil “Hot Air Balloon,” earlier this year, Goa-based singer-songwriter Anika Bharwani informs us that she’d already been working on a follow-up at the time. Recently, she dropped her second track, the imaginative and poignant “Bring Me Flowers.” She says, “As independent artists, we know how much it takes to write, produce, mix, master, market and release only one song, so it was quite crazy to work on two songs at the same time but I would do it all over again if I got a chance to, no doubt.”

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