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mp3 Niteflights – “I’m Glad You’re Here”

It’s pretty easy at times to pass over some of the emails that we get day in and day out but when a musician admits to using our website for conquests of a more intimate nature then that musician deserves some space here. That certain musician in question is one James Johnstone from the UK band Niteflights.

One thing I like to do is write down the names of artists from your tMiM posts and then chat people up by repeating them. So far it’s had a 99.7% success rate, although an underhanded method it has been a very fruitful one (Warm Weather especially). The last time we got in touch was to send over our John Cale cover around Christmas, so I thought I’d give you an update on how we’ve been busy wee bees since then.

To say sorry for passing your music knowledge off as my own in an attempt to seduce people into experiencing my poor sexual performance, here’s some new tracks.

The band’s has recently released a new 3-track EP titled I’m Glad You’re Here and it sounds like they’ve has taken a slightly different angle with their sound this time around. The band’s previous work has been based mostly around your standard British pop that has found so much success but now they find themselves in a more exclusive club of the more psych pop variety like of Montreal. Clean keys and straight forward beats have been replaced with synthesizer, chorus and reverb. It’s a great adaptation from their original sound and will surely find them a nitch to call their own.

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