Flight by DAAY: Review
British rock band DAAY added the track “Flight” to their arsenal in the end of this September, inspired by Richard Bach’s novel “Jonathan Livingstone Seagull.” The theme of the song is to aim high and not restrict one’s ambitions.
As soon as you press play, you’ll be immersed in a whirlwind of sound, with the instruments flashing a kaleidoscope of colors in your way. You can hear the band’s dedication to growth in the follow-up to their single “Golden Tree,” which fuses the funk-rock sounds of the 1970s with the alternative rock melody of the 90s and the pop sensibilities of the 2010s in a production that’s full of gorgeous melodies, slick riffs, and transitions. The bass and drums lay down the ideal beat, and there’s an improvised portion to knock off your socks, with some beautiful melodies laid on top. The song features the singer’s smooth, fluid delivery of the song’s vocal melody, which lays out its well-arranged phrases in a lighthearted, narrative manner and keeps growing in a growling force as the track proceeds.
With incredible lyrics, a vocal performance that seems to crawl into your skin, and a stunning instrumental flare, “Flight” takes you on a musical trip you won’t forget in a while. The band DAAY isn’t just winning over fans from Britain but is making their way all around the world so be sure to check them out now!
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Photo credits: Clay Fisher
Review by: Audrey Castel