Just Listen: Flyte – White Roses

Flyte – White Roses

Words: Clare Hingley 

White Roses is the first single of the year for Flyte and it possesses an extraordinary chilled melody from start to finish. With its poetic lyrics and romantic feels, you somehow find yourself swaying along without even realising.

But deceptive of how this romantic scenario may be, you’re immediately drawn in to this melancholic scene of loss and grief that hits you when you realise it’s not about romance. Met with the calming voice of Will Taylor opening up and leading the way for Dan Berridge’s beautiful guitar, the two are perfectly entwined.

This four-piece band formed in London along with drummer Jon Supran and bassist Nicholas Hill also have The Staves featuring on this very single that pulls on your heartstrings.

Flyte have an individually about them and it will be interesting to see what the future holds. If this single is anything to go by, I’m excited to see what they share with the world next.

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