DAAY’s ‘Flight’ delivers leaps and bounds of infectious energy

"Flight is about inevitable transformation from one thing to the next, originally inspired by the book Jonathan Livingstone Seagull by Richard Bach."
10 October 2022

By Elle B

Flight is a psychedelic fresh new track just released by DAAY, an alternative experimental rock band from South London. It’s a fun, eccentric track with leaps and bounds of infectious energy. The track is full of lush vocals, supplemented by an eclectically diverse smattering of instruments to create a cacophony of avant-garde rock. 

There are so many elements at work here to give the song such an intriguing sound. The electric guitar used on the track cuts like a knife, and the instrumental is full of jagged rhythm and some booming brass notes that help to deliver the song’s punch. As you listen, you will find that the continually changing tempos keep you guessing where the song will take you next. This kind of innovative production really helps to maintain the track’s refreshingly original and delightfully quirky feel.

‘’Flight is about inevitable transformation from one thing to the next, originally inspired by the book Jonathan Livingstone Seagull by Richard Bach. The song is about aiming to reach higher in life by focusing on what could be rather than what is. The intentional use of experimentalism aims to capture a feral quality.’’

Check out the track on streaming platforms today.