FLYTE – ” Trying To Break Your Heart / Everyone’s a Winner ” Neighbourhoods Session (Live in London)

Posted: April 10, 2021 in Classic Albums, MUSIC
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Flyte first touched down last summer with some new songs ahead of a forthcoming album when they unveiled their video for “Losing You,” which was directed by award-winning filmmaker Mark Jenkin, and have since unveiled a new album titled “This Is Really Going to Hurt”, which releases this Friday. Arriving on the tail end of vocalist Will Taylor’s eight-year relationship, the LP piles more emotional heft onto their already dramatic rock sound.

Even for their stripped-down “Neighborhoods” session, the trio pack a punch into vocal harmonies on album tracks “Trying to Break Your Heart” and “Everyone’s a Winner,” with the band members crowding around Taylor’s single acoustic guitar. Shot in tight close-up as the wind blows in London’s St Dunstan-in-the-East, watch their performance of both tracks below.

The UK band play two tracks from their forthcoming LP “This Is Really Going to Hurt.”

The highly-anticipated second album “This Is Really Going To Hurt”. Recorded in LA last year with collaborators Justin Raisen (Angel Olsen, Yves Tumor), Andrew Sarlo (Big Thief, Bon Iver) and mixing engineer Ali Chant (Aldous Harding), the record is a lucid documentation of lead singer Will Taylor’s formative relationship break-up, and follows the ending of a relationship through the stages of grief and acceptance. The title is evocative of knowing the decision you are about to make will change your life forever. The first singles from the album, ‘Easy Tiger’ and ‘Losing You’, served as stunning introductions.

One of the very best UK bands.

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