MP3 In Flight Radio - ROCK: Acoustic
With the intimacy of singer-songwriters like Beth Orton and Damien Rice, and the power and intensity of bands like Doves and Coldplay, In Flight Radio has a collection of unique and memorable songs that stay with you long after the last chord has faded.
13 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Acoustic, POP: British Pop
Like the pages of a journal ripped out and set to music, the songs of In Flight Radio are the letters you write but never send. Led by singer/ songwriter Peira, each song conveys well crafted acoustic-based rock with ethereal guitars and revealing lyrics. Peira echoes a female Chris Martin as she effortlessly sings from the airy top of her register down to the lush bottom end of her voice. Darko Saric''s swelling electric guitars fill the room with infectious hooks, while drummer Mike Parker and bassist Devin Krug hold down the rhythm section. In addition, Devin makes a strong appearance as lead vocalist for a few songs.
While their debut album is scheduled for release on Sept. 12th, 2006, In Flight Radio has already begun to be recognized as an up and coming band. The band''s two song radio EP reached #10 on CMJ''s top 200 most added chart, and they are in regular rotation at college radio stations across the country as well as internet radio heard worldwide, including the popular https://www.tradebit.com. In addition, XM Satellite Radio''s Unsigned Channel featured the songs "Come Back and Stay" and "Best Day of the Year" on "The Futures" - a show of the top twelve "artists to look for in your future as they''re gaining momentum every day." Clear Channel also added "Best Day of the Year" to the "Undiscovered" station in March 2006 and Jack Rabid from The Big Takeover said that "She [Peira] comes off as a distant cousin to the Cocteau twins'' Liz Frazier mixed with a more dominant Ani DiFranco."
With the intimacy of singer-songwriters like Beth Orton and Damien Rice, and the power and intensity of bands like U2 and Coldplay, In Flight Radio has a collection of unique and memorable songs that stay with you long after the last chord has faded away.