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Listen to Florrie’s ‘Borderline’ from Grey’s Anatomy/Station 19 crossover — it’s ethereal and lovely

British indie pop singer songwriter Florrie’s ‘Borderline‘ was featured on this week’s episode of ‘Grey’s Anatomy‘ — Season 15, Episode 23, “What I Did For Love“.

You know, the Grey’s Anatomy/Station 19 crossover episode that is meant to promote the latest Grey’s Anatomy spin-off during the May sweeps.

And, if you are not sure if it is the song you are looking for, ‘Borderline‘ is that gorgeous slow ballad played at the end of the episode.

Florrie’s ‘Borderline‘ is a much-longer-for brand new release for the British synth pop, which is why the song currently has a limited presence online, with just one video on YouTube and, as yet, no Spotify listing.

Give it a few days, though, and my guess is ‘Borderline‘ will blow up as it is one of those songs Florrie does so well — ethereal and gorgeous.

As with most of Florrie’s work, ‘Borderline‘ was produced by Xenomania. Listen to it below. It is so very very pretty.

Florrie’s last major other-than-single release was her 2014 EP Sirens. A four-track EP that is just as beautiful as ‘Borderline‘. You can listen to that in the Spotify widget below.

And, if you love the fabulous contemporary music Grey’s Anatomy always features, we talk about a huge number of others right here.

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Michelle Topham

Founder/CEO at Leo Sigh
I am a music journalist, a former radio DJ, a left-wing human rights advocate and the founder of Leo Sigh. I am also an avid video game player.
Michelle Topham