Flyte discuss the 60s as part of the Original Penguin series

Posted on 25 September 2015
By Khyle Deen
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Putting the fun back in indie pop, Flyte have stormed their way up the ranks to become bonafide blog-favourites over the last 18 months, a band on the brink of worldwide success.

Constantly upping their game with each new release, their latest Diamond White EP was a testament to the Bethnal Green group’s ability to craft witty yet affecting, perfectly formed pop songs, a trait which makes them perfect candidates for #PluggedIn60.

Building on traditional indie foundations to find the perfect balance between emotional outpour and optimism, the quartet’s new single ‘Please Eloise’ is an ideal end of summer anthem, and a track that arguably best incorporates the influence of the 1960’s on the band’s original sound.

For the next instalment of Original Penguin’s #PluggedIn60 series, Flyte discussed how this gamechanging decade inspired them, and showed why they embody the Original Penguin spirit.

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