The actress from Timeless made her debut in the music business with the original song “Flowers in My Teeth,” which she wrote for the upcoming short film County Line Florals.
Spencer wrote and sang the song, and the premiere of the music video coincided with the one-year anniversary of County Line Florals, the actor’s lovely flower delivery service.
Spencer takes her first big step into the music industry
Fans are now eager to see where and how Spencer’s musical journey takes her after the publication of her debut single. Even more so, considering that when she initially went to Los Angeles, she was a member of a band.
The 40-year-flower old’s delivery business celebrated its first anniversary with the publication of the song, but it also served as a memorial to her late father, Yancy Spencer III, a renowned professional surfer, on the occasion of his 11th death anniversary.
Regarding her first song, Spencer stated, “It’s a joy to share with you this visual and auditory poem of sorts.” “Some could refer to it as a ‘ad’ or a ‘commercial. It’s a test of moving pictures. I believe I’ll choose to focus on a little portion of my hopes and goals…
The purpose of this video is to more clearly explain the plot and to describe what CLF is doing.
Spencer continued by elaborating on the meaning of the title of her song, which was inspired by a passage from one of Ijeoma Umebinyuo’s poems.
Although the past year was fruitful, Spencer said, “It has also been one of the hardest years of my life personally.” Since my father passed away, [Umebinyuo’s] sentence has stayed in my head, and I can’t stop humming “mmmh mmmh” like a siren song. and began to see images of what my life had been like while County Line Florals was being built during the pandemic.
It’s comparable to surfing. awake early. catching the wave of flowers. the custom of processing and preparing the ingredients. One with nature while watching the surf. distributing these packets of mental transference and emotional creations around LA,” she said.
About the County Line Florals Video
The County Line Florals film takes viewers on a brief but reflective journey that features mesmerizing vistas of Los Angeles, some incredibly attractive and colorful floral bouquets, as well as brief glimpses of the Spencers’ late father.
Abigail Spencer and Butter produced and directed the video, and Judson Morgan served as its executive producer. Brad Armstrong and Maria Taylor also had a role in the actor’s song, Flowers in My Teeth, while Gaines Minton played the DP.
See the lovely short movie below: