Nothing but a heartache every day . . . must be nice.
We were drawn to this dynamic trio whilst listening to our favourite box set of Girl Group classics, and couldn’t resist but share this dazzling number with you.
The video is a rare promotional video shot for their single that depicts the beautiful Flirations amidst the mysterious ruins of what seem to be a church or abbey, the kind we are used to seeing when we picture romantic landscapes, or the English countryside. Northern soul was very popular in England, so perhaps, they made a trip across the water to shoot it.
Certain conspiracy theorists, might have some ideas, I’m sure. Music Industry. Need I say more?
We like to let mysteries stay mysteries now and then . . . if anyone knows more about this, they should share it in the comment section below!
The song was originally record in 1968 by the South Carolina trio and peaked at #34 on the charts in the US, making it to #3 in Boston. The song was relatively popular world wide, but didn’t hit the Top 50 in the UK, settling at 51.
We picture listening to this song on a rain day . . .
Many young men and women must have shaken their tail to this over the years, so lets keep the tradition strong, and carry this fantastic song into the future!
We’ve been milling over 1960s girl group style the past weeks, so expect to see it make its way into our labyrinth of inspiration more and more over the coming days and hours . . .
Don’t lose your balance, girls . . .
Hope you enjoy!
Until next time,