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NEAR TRUTHS: BLOWING THE WHISTLE
Pissing outside the tent. (2/14a)
BILLIE RELEASES HAUNTING, ETHEREAL BOND THEME
The siblings strike again. (2/14a)
HITS LIST:
SURPRISE, SURPRISE
We, too, are thinking of going public. (2/14a)
NATION BUILDER
JAY BROWN
Takin' care of business. (2/14a)
STEVENSON'S
NEXT MOVE
Nice run. (2/14a)
DON'T TALK TO THE PRESS
Also, don't leak the memo about not talking to the press to the press. Please.
GRAMMY VOTING
How the sausage is made.
BIEBER'S BIG BOW
Changes changes the conversation.
PRIMARIES
So hard to decide...
THE B-SIDE
ICYMI: FLIGHTS OVER PHOENIX
3/9/18

Sayers Club's alt-rock regulars, Flights Over Phoenix, returned for their second show of the year a couple weeks back, accompanied by opening act Mermaed. After independently releasing their debut EP, Where I Comedown, in 2017, the still-unsigned trio has been making a name for themselves among locals. 

The performance showcased compelling new music and fan favorites, including “Middle of the World” (see below), to a packed house. The impressive eight-song set was propelled by lead singer Keith Longo, who captivated a crowd that soon began echoing Flight's catchy choruses.

In an effort to pursue music full-time, Longo—originally from Boston—moved to L.A., where he met Chris Santillo through a Craigslist ad. The band’s missing link, Jordan Nuanez, was later introduced by a mutual friend. Drawing from a variety of musical influences, they compose “the love child of stadium rock and modern-day pop, raised on '90s alternative values,” as they put it.

Click here to listen to their EP, which has garnered more than half a million streams since its release.