Lines of Flight are not the same as the other boys and girls. They are that rarest of beasts, originals of the species.” - Paul Laird

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Lines of Flight

Dreamwave-synthpop from Leeds

March, 2020: Two strangers connect online during lockdown, share music and lyrics to help with the unease of COVID. They record and share files using their iPhones. With no access to other equipment they use headphones for microphones. Influenced by Cocteau Twins, Depeche Mode and The Cure, record 10 tracks of dreamwave-synth pop.

March 2021: They release 1 track a month from March 2021. Over 10 months they build a strong online presence and amass radio plays. They release a video series, recorded during lockdown, directed by Amy Cuter. Their debut gig is supporting Saccades. 

October 2022: They release their debut album ‘Signs of Life’ digitally and on sky blue vinyl. Steve Lamaq plays Moth Eaten Heart. 

February 2023: Lines of Flight support Pale Blue Eyes 

April, 2023: Release 'Becoming Bear', from sophomore EP 'More Than Human'. Ben Whelan mixed/produced, Katie Tavini of Weird Jungle masters; it is the band's best work to date. 

May 2023: Release 'More Than Human' - Becoming Bear is played on BBC6Music: Marc Riley Tom Robinson, and BBC Introducing West Yorkshire by Emily Pilbeam.

March 2024: A live 5-piece, Lines of Flight gig regularly, growing their fan base and will release new music this year.

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