They fell in love after bonding over their musical talent (Source: thesoundflowers / Instagram)
They fell in love after bonding over their musical talent and went onto form a band called The Soundflowers in June last year.
And Paris Jackson packed on the PDA with her boyfriend Gabriel Glenn after the talented duo performed at a crowded leafy bar.
Shared on The Soundflowers’ Instagram on Tuesday, the lovebirds could be seen sharing a steamy smooch — not worried about the prying eyes of onlookers.
Hitting all the right notes for love: Paris Jackson shared a triumphant kiss with her boyfriend Gabriel Glenn as they packed on the PDA after their band The Soundflowers performed
Gabriel was fully immersed in the kiss as he wrapped one of his arms around Paris’ neck but he was yet to put down his guitar after they played at the bar.
While the hunk plays the acoustic instrument, Paris plays the ukulele for their band and they both use their vocal talents.
Keen to promote their new song Daisy, they captioned the post: ‘New love coming soon (hold your breath) #daisy.’ (sic)
As seen in the Instagram bio, Gabriel goes by his own name in the band but Paris uses the moniker PK Dragonfly.
Both of great musical talent, the pair decided to form their own band called The Soundflowers in June last year.
Despite sharing very public amorous moments, neither of the pair have officially dubbed themselves a couple and some reports insist they are just friends.
Go way back: Despite sharing very public amorous moments, neither of the pair have officially dubbed themselves a couple and some reports insist they are just friends
Paris previously grabbed the attention of headlines for her romances with drummer Michael Snoddy as well as being romantically linked to Cara Delevingne.
Elsewhere, the daughter of the King Of Pop is yet to comment on the recent premiere of the documentary Leaving Neverland which details abuse accusations against her late father.
Recently, her family released a rare public statement after the film was screened at the Sundance Film Festival.
‘Michael always turned the other cheek, and we have always turned the other cheek when people have gone after members of our family — that is the Jackson way,’ read the statement.
‘But we can’t just stand by while this public lynching goes on… Michael is not here to defend himself, otherwise these allegations would not have been made.’
The explosive four-hour film, which was screened in Park City, Utah, makes a number of damning accusations against the singer, who passed away in 2009 from a drug overdose.
skills: While the hunk plays the acoustic instrument, Paris plays the ukulele for their band and they both use their vocal talents