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"Truly exhilharating"

- Louder Than War

"Frontwoman Karalyne Winegarner commands your attention like Freddie Mercury working the crowd in an arena."

- Glide Magazine

"…channel the pulsing groove of The Kills"

- Mystic Sons  (UK)

"One of this year’s best singles"

- TURN UP THE VOLUME  (NL)

 

"Pulsates with a robust, hypnotic energy"

- HIFI PIG  (UK)

 

"Blends crunchy guitars and a driving rhythm section with a mix of eerie vocals, keys and a frickin’ viola!" New Noise Mag (US)

- New Noise Magazine  (US)

 

Psychedelic space rock band, Flight Attendant, belongs to that unique breed of bands made in Nashville, where it takes nothing less than a sonic unicorn to stand out. And that’s exactly what the band is: a fascinating ovni. “I think you could find some of our future tracks on ISS Radio in the year 2050” says frontwoman, Karalyne Winegarner of the band’s sound.

 

Blending heavy rock with pop hooks and light synth textures, they bring together influences that span from Kings of Leon and Lana Del Rey. New Noise Magazine predicts they will make a lot of critics’ “bands to watch” lists while Mystic Sons compares their groove to The Kills.

 

Their new single ‘Paradise’ is an exhilarating rush with a timely title as the world slowly emerges out of lockdown. Reflected in its promo clip, shot in a local junkyard with the group members indulging in high jinks, the band describe the song as “about feeling a release, whether that’s good behaviour, bad behaviour, or something in the grey. Whatever was holding you back or making you feel restricted in some way, this song is about those immediate feelings that come after, revelling in instant gratification and then assessing situations for what they are.” 

 

The band (Karalyne Winegarner – vocals, piano, guitar, Vinny Maniscalco - lead guitar, Nikki Christie – viola, Derek Sprague - drums) played The Basement East’s Tomato Arts Festival main stage to over 5,000 attendees and played to sold out crowds at Nashville’s local clubs.  The band is currently hard at work creating their debut album with Grammy Winner producer Charles Yingling on Moraine Music Group with Membran, Flight Attendant is ready for takeoff.

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