Flyte have announced details of a new single.
‘Please Eloise’ is out now, ahead of the band’s one-off date at the Sebright Arms in London, and support slot on Lucy Rose’s UK tour.
The band say of the track:
“For Please Eloise we wanted to capture an honest unadulterated performance of the band in full flow, so we decided to record it entirely live, using an 8 track tape machine. It was a really liberating experience and we plan on continuing to record this way.
The song itself was written for the people we know who suffer from eating disorders. It’s asking them to be true to their abilities and reject the expectation that success is somehow determined by how your body looks.
But mostly – for us it’s been an excuse to play very loudly in a small room.”
Their tour dates are:
29 Portsmouth Victorious Festival
15 London Sebright Arms
1 Leeds University Union (w/ Lucy Rose)
2 Exeter Phoenix (w/ Lucy Rose)
3 Southend Chinnerys (w/ Lucy Rose)
7 Liverpool Academy (w/ Lucy Rose)
8 Oxford Academy (w/ Lucy Rose)
9 Leicester Academy 2 (w/ Lucy Rose)
10 Northampton Roadmender (w/ Lucy Rose)
12 Newcastle Riverside (w/ Lucy Rose)
13 Warwick Arts Centre (w/ Lucy Rose)
14 Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (w/ Lucy Rose)
15 Nottingham Rescue Rooms (w/ Lucy Rose)
17 Stoke Sugarmill (w/ Lucy Rose)
18 London Forum (w/ Lucy Rose)