Flying Pace is a four-piece based out of Brooklyn. The band’s melodic, multi-layered and weaving indie-rock music is topped off perfectly by the hushed, sultry vocals of frontwoman Kristie Redfield. The rest of the lineup — Marta DeLeon, Josh Arenberg, and George Flanagan — is made up of veteran New York City indie rock musicians, whom have “dabbled” in a number of other local bands.
Featured song: “Boris and Natasha”
Flying Pace will soon release their new record in two parts entitled Quick As A Wink and Quiet As A Mouse. The lead single, “Boris and Natasha,” is available now on the band’s Bandcamp page.
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Flying Pace on Bandcamp: http://flyingpace.bandcamp.com
Upcoming tour dates:
6/16 @ The Grand Victory in Brooklyn, NY (Hillytown’s Northside Festival Showcase)
6/20 @ Union Hall in Brooklyn, NY
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