“Faithless” by Flyte

UK band Flyte, recently released their video for “Faithless”, a collaboration with Femke Huurdeman and CANADA (Tame Impala, Beck), the only band to work consecutively with the production company. Flyte have also spent the last month supporting Lemon Twigs on tour, as well as supporting Lord Huron on their European tour early next year. The track is off Flyte’s debut album The Loved Ones

“It felt great to go back and work with Canada for a second time. We knew the ‘Holy Mountain’ and ‘Paris, Texas’ references were going to lead to something grandiose, and the director Femke’s visual influences were spookily in sync with ours. Zoe – who played the girl – was hyper intelligent and totally got what we were going for. The African Raven was also a magnificent thing to behold in the flesh,” says Flyte.

Flyte separately admit that as early as age ten, a career in music was their only ambition. Drummer Jon Supran and bassist Nick Hill met guitarist Will Taylor at their local comprehensive school, where Will’s parents both taught English. They later came upon keys player Sam Berridge busking at Tottenham Court Road station after moving to Hackney in their late teens. The band released a number of singles before pairing up with Courtney Barnett and producer Burke Reid to create their first full length record. The Loved Ones is the result of years of enlightenment and friendship.


Sunday 3rd December – London – Communion Christmas at Notting Hill Arts club

Lord Huron

Friday 19th January – Manchester, UK – O2 Ritz

Saturday 20th January – Leeds, UK – Stylus

Sunday 21st January – Bristol, UK – SWX

Tuesday 23rd January – London, UK – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

Wednesday 24th January – Brighton, UK – Concorde 2

Friday 26th January – Dublin, UK – Vicar Street

Saturday 27th January – Glasgow, UK – O2 ABC

Monday 29th January – Paris, France – Le Point Ephémère

Tuesday 30th January – Luxembourg – Rockhal Club

Wednesday 31st January – Ronda, Utrecht – TivoliVredenburg

Thursday 1st February – Antwerp, Belgium – Trix Hall

Saturday 3rd February – Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega Small Hall

Sunday 4th February – Oslo, Norway – Rockefeller Music Hall

Monday 5th February – Stockholm, Sweden – Kagelbanan