The Flex
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The Flex

Cheltenham, England, United Kingdom | INDIE

Cheltenham, England, United Kingdom | INDIE
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Discography

As "Dress to Kill"
2010 - Album: "The life and the times"
As "The Flex"
2012, Jan - Free Download - "Feet on the ground"
2012, May - Debut Single - "Victory"

As "The Flex with John Vaughn"
2012, Sept - "No one ever learns"
2013, Jan - "If I"

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The Flex is a five piece born and bred in South West England's Cotswolds. Their influences come from their producers Greg Haver (producer of Manic Street Preachers, Mel C, Lost Prophets etc) and Gaz Coombes (front man of Supergrass). They were originally known as ‘Dress To Kill’ who’s album ‘The Life & Times’ had some commercial success and they made several festival appearances last year.

This year they have re-branded and written a new album which they are currently recording. The first single as The Flex: ‘Victory’ has a poppy anthemic sound will be released May or June. The video for ‘Victory’ will feature top athletes from Team GB representing PARALYMPICS GB. So far Great Britain’s Men and Women’s wheelchair basketball teams have been filmed, over the coming weeks the video will be completed with track and field athletes and archers.

As such we expect to receive a good deal of publicity over the spring and summer months.

They are also recording with American Singer/Songwriter John Vaughn and will be Touring with Thomas Hingley (Inspiral Carpets front man) later in the year.

What the press have said:

“A band with guts and attitude. Their ceaseless energy both in and out of the recording studio shows a determination to be noticed and succeed” - Stephen Morris - BBC Gloucestershire

“Great songs, great lyrics and full of energy, a pleasure to watch!” - Justin Box - Afterdark Magazine, Southwest

“If there is a Gloucestershire sound, I reckon they've got something to do with it!” - Paul Moss - BBC Radio Gloucestershire

“Very catchy, unpretentious and fun - I like it!” - Gaffa Magazine