Every Where Is Some Where LP, finally showcasing her talents the way they should have been heard all along. Also, people are getting really creative with those lyric videos, not the least of which being Ms. Flay (née Kristine Meredith Flaherty), who had her lyrics emblazoned on pills and other kill stimulants in the “High Enough” video.
“Blood in the Cut,” the breakout hit breakup song by singer K. Flay, pervaded public consciousness most of last year, and deservedly so. A pop masterwork of defiance, drama and dynamics, it married plucked strings with big, incessant drums artfully placed throughout the tune like invading aliens landing ships in all the capitals of the world. After a semi-disastrous relationship with RCA dissolved — there’s another one of the those breakups again — she wound up on Interscope, which last year released her