Cat No: 3559379

Flyte announce their highly-anticipated second album This Is Really Going To Hurt, due April 9th 2021 via Island Records. 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 Taylors formative breakup, 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 a stunning introduction. This Is Really Going To Hurt will be available to buy via Vinyl & CD,

Garnering a reputation for extraordinary three part harmonies, performed in off-kilter spaces across the globe and amassing hundreds of thousands of views. Its no surprise that the likes of Florence Pugh, Bon Iver, Paul Mescal and Lewis Capaldi are fans of a band, whose stripped back arrangements are as remarkable as their headline shows. News on book…

The three secondary school friends Will Taylor, Jon Supran and Nick Hill, are renowned for their complex and rich vocal arrangements and melodies, with lyrics steeped in literary imagery; The Sunday Times calling their acclaimed debut record The Loved Ones The Best British debut album of the year, but it was touring in California that recently took hold of their imagination. Inspired by their time in Laurel Canyon, the band recorded their next full-length record in LA, a much-needed new environment to confront the personally challenging subject matter written back home in London, and an opportunity to work with some of their musical heroes.

 

1. Easy Tiger

2. Losing You

3. Ive Got A Girl

4. Under The Skin

5. Everyones A Winner

6. Trying to Break Your Heart

7. Love is An Accident

8. Theres a Woman

9. Mistress America

10. Never Get To Heaven

This Is Really Going To Hurt

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Cat No: 3559379

Flyte announce their highly-anticipated second album This Is Really Going To Hurt, due April 9th 2021 via Island Records. 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 breakup, 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 a stunning introduction. This Is Really Going To Hurt will be available to buy via Vinyl & CD,

Garnering a reputation for extraordinary three part harmonies, performed in off-kilter spaces across the globe and amassing hundreds of thousands of views. It’s no surprise that the likes of Florence Pugh, Bon Iver, Paul Mescal and Lewis Capaldi are fans of a band, whose stripped back arrangements are as remarkable as their headline shows. News on book...

The three secondary school friends Will Taylor, Jon Supran and Nick Hill, are renowned for their complex and rich vocal arrangements and melodies, with lyrics steeped in literary imagery; The Sunday Times calling their acclaimed debut record The Loved Ones “The Best British debut album of the year,” but it was touring in California that recently took hold of their imagination. Inspired by their time in Laurel Canyon, the band recorded their next full-length record in LA, a much-needed new environment to confront the personally challenging subject matter written back home in London, and an opportunity to work with some of their musical heroes.

1. Easy Tiger

2. Losing You

3. I’ve Got A Girl

4. Under The Skin

5. Everyone’s A Winner

6. Trying to Break Your Heart

7. Love is An Accident

8. There’s a Woman

9. Mistress America

10. Never Get To Heaven

Cat No: 3557447

Flyte announce their highly-anticipated second album This Is Really Going To Hurt, due April 9th 2021 via Island Records. 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 breakup, 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 a stunning introduction. This Is Really Going To Hurt will be available to buy via Vinyl & CD,

Garnering a reputation for extraordinary three part harmonies, performed in off-kilter spaces across the globe and amassing hundreds of thousands of views. It’s no surprise that the likes of Florence Pugh, Bon Iver, Paul Mescal and Lewis Capaldi are fans of a band, whose stripped back arrangements are as remarkable as their headline shows. News on book...

The three secondary school friends Will Taylor, Jon Supran and Nick Hill, are renowned for their complex and rich vocal arrangements and melodies, with lyrics steeped in literary imagery; The Sunday Times calling their acclaimed debut record The Loved Ones “The Best British debut album of the year,” but it was touring in California that recently took hold of their imagination. Inspired by their time in Laurel Canyon, the band recorded their next full-length record in LA, a much-needed new environment to confront the personally challenging subject matter written back home in London, and an opportunity to work with some of their musical heroes.

1. Easy Tiger

2. Losing You

3. I’ve Got A Girl

4. Under The Skin

5. Everyone’s A Winner

6. Trying to Break Your Heart

7. Love is An Accident

8. There’s a Woman

9. Mistress America

10. Never Get To Heaven

Cat No: 3557450

Flyte announce their highly-anticipated second album This Is Really Going To Hurt, due April 9th 2021 via Island Records. 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 breakup, 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 a stunning introduction. This Is Really Going To Hurt will be available to buy via Vinyl & CD,

Garnering a reputation for extraordinary three part harmonies, performed in off-kilter spaces across the globe and amassing hundreds of thousands of views. It’s no surprise that the likes of Florence Pugh, Bon Iver, Paul Mescal and Lewis Capaldi are fans of a band, whose stripped back arrangements are as remarkable as their headline shows. News on book...

The three secondary school friends Will Taylor, Jon Supran and Nick Hill, are renowned for their complex and rich vocal arrangements and melodies, with lyrics steeped in literary imagery; The Sunday Times calling their acclaimed debut record The Loved Ones “The Best British debut album of the year,” but it was touring in California that recently took hold of their imagination. Inspired by their time in Laurel Canyon, the band recorded their next full-length record in LA, a much-needed new environment to confront the personally challenging subject matter written back home in London, and an opportunity to work with some of their musical heroes.

1. Easy Tiger

2. Losing You

3. I’ve Got A Girl

4. Under The Skin

5. Everyone’s A Winner

6. Trying to Break Your Heart

7. Love is An Accident

8. There’s a Woman

9. Mistress America

10. Never Get To Heaven

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Genre:Indie Rock Record Label:Universal Release Date:09/04/2021
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