Bristol, England, GBR

'Nothing short of phenomenal' - Big Cheese Magazine (4/5)

'Quality, Epic, Mathmaticky Hardcore' - Front Magazine (4/5)

'Best New Band of the week' - Kerrang

'Serious Contenders in the new progressive rock field' - Rock Sound Magazine (7/10)


Since the release of Flights, their critically acclaimed self-titled debut EP in May 2011, the praise has flooded in with reviews and features in major printed and on-line publications, taking in Kerrang!, Rock Sound, Big Cheese, Total Guitar and Front.

The remainder of 2011 saw Flights adding to their impressive support slot résumé of Young Legionnaire, InMe, This Town Needs Guns and TubeLord as they carried out a collection of tour dates across the country.

2011 came to a close with the release of 'Carol Of The Bells', a traditional Christmas folk song, made popular in recent years via the Home Alone movies. It's exceptional execution earned Flights the honour of being named Kerrang! magazine's 'Best New Band Of The Week', resulting in an 'Introducing' feature and premiere of the official music video.

Just over a year since Flights broke onto the scene they returned with the captivating single/video 'Eleven'. The music video for Eleven received extensive play on the UK television channel Kerrang! and the limited run of 100 physical copies sold out within 2 days of going on preorder. National UK magazine Rocksound asked them to record an acoustic session which they aired over 3 weeks and Total Guitar personally asked for an exclusive stream of the single. Add to this a 3 week European tour Flights are well on their way to achieving their huge potential.


Flights Mini Album
Pretence Single
Wires and Code Single
Eleven/Home Alone Double A-side

Eleven, Pretence and Wires and Code have all received national radio airplay