It’s been a while, how’ve you been? We have been busy bees following our appearance at Glastonbury Festival 2014 for BBC Introducing. Here were are stood next to our crashed rocket in which we arrived at the festival. Too many loop-de-loops, awkward.
Our debut album is close (so close!) to being to be finished after many a session with lovely lovely engineer Richard Neuberg. The album is very excitable but has a deep, cosmic underbelly, kind of like a psychedelic Labrador. Cads that we are, we’ve also been fooling around at SAE Oxford recording a little EP of sensuous new songs including new bang-ah ‘Magpie’ which we’ll also be sneaking out soon. Here are Krazi and Phil contradicting the whole rock-pig studio life cliché by reading attentively.
On April 10th 2015 we did our third sold-out – that’s right, sold out, just sayin’ – performance of our live soundtrack to oldest surviving feature-length animation ‘The Adventures of Prince Achmed’ at Modern Art Oxford. We’re taking bookings for this refined and transporting piece so head straight to our Achmed page if it sounds like a good fit for your venue or event. Did we mention the shows were sold out? They were sold out.
As well as a load of full-on live and festival gigs we’ve also done a few stripped-down affairs for folks like, well, Irregular Folk which have gone swimmingly. If you’re interested in booking Flights of Helios for your event be it club gig, college ball, proposal of marriage, intervention, birth of first child, new employee induction session etc we can tailor our setup to your needs. Get in touch now via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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