Casual listeners would be forgiven for mistaking Flynt’s upbeat retro-alt pop energy, laden with synths and tender vocals harmonies, as the extent of their output. But buried into the make up of the group is an almost rock-sensibility that comes to life at their electric live performances.
Riding off the back off their new single ‘West Side’, hailed by BBC Introducing’s Jess Iszatt as a song to ‘fall head over heels’ for, FLYNT are back in Carlisle to close the year with a big bang.
The Cumbrian born indie-pop band played acclaimed sessions for BBC Music Introducing at Maida Vale Studios, have enjoyed multiple features on Radio 1, acclaimed slots at Kendal Calling, EskFest and Manchester’s Deaf Institue, and are set to take the indie pop world by storm with their infectiously happy sounding sad songs.
For fans of Sigrid, HAIM, Fickle Friends & Paramore
Featuring special guests ‘Work in TV’ and local favourites ‘Delagrave’
14 Fisher St
Carlisle CA3 8RN