First Time Flyers

First Time Flyers

First Time Flyers

First Time Flyers

First Time Flyers

First Time Flyers

We came across this band in the summer playing at the tent in the pub area at CarFest, and they piqued our interest with a fine set of country/pop/rock catchy songs, much appreciated by the crowd. So, we did a little digging and found out that they have had a really exciting first year, and with only a handful of singles self-released, they supported The Chicks on one of their dates and also The Boss on his first Hyde park gig followed by CarFest. When we found out that they were playing the small but cracking venue of the Sunflower on the last night of their first headline tour, we had to go and have a good look, and we’re mighty glad we did. Straight from the off with ‘Forget You’ it was obvious that there is something special about this band of four friends, and in a hot sweaty Sunflower we were treated to the sort of performance that you would pay a lot more for, and the intimacy of the venue made it more special.

Their exuberance is infectious, you can tell they are having a great time, and with four excellent vocalists their range is impressive and when they harmonize it’s astounding. The crowd were loving this and so they should because these nights are special when you witness a band or artist that you know are destined for greater things, larger venues and hopefully a full album soon – but please another tour soon as possible please.

Photos by Geoff Griffe
Review by Jenny Griffe

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