Flo Perlin is a contemporary folk singer-songwriter from London, UK, with Iraqi and Belarusian heritage. She grew up surrounded by a diverse range of music, learning to play cello at the age of five. The guitar put a spell on her when her teacher from Columbia introduced her to the world of Bossa Nova, which influenced her own unique finger picking style. Flo taught herself piano and started singing as a way to begin writing songs from the age of ten. Flo become closely connected with The Nest Collective since winning a songwriting mentorship with them in 2019 and supported artists such as Sam Lee, Peggy Seeger and Rachel Newton. Now based in London, she has been aired on BBC Radio London with Robert Elms, BBC Radio Ulster + BBC Radio Foyle, BBC Radio Shropshire, Folk Radio UK and a number of times on Tom Robinsons’ BBC Introducing. Flo’s music has received impressive reviews from magazines and blogs such as Fresh On The Net, CSGM blog, Higher Plain Music and The Sound Sniffer.