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The Flying Eyes

The Flying Eyes

The Flying Eyes


The Flying Eyes are a heavy, psychedelic rock band hailing from Baltimore, USA. Since forming in 2007, they have opened for artists like The Black Keys (SXSW 2009), The Black Angels, Dead Meadow etc. The band's vocalist, Will Kelly is hauntingly reminiscent of Jim Morrison with his gravelly, boozy vocals and so is the sexual undertone of most of their songs, and occasionally, ends up sounding like Glenn Danzig on the dead end of the night. Searing riffs evoke the late 60s acid-head era and exits in a superb Read more on Last.fm
The Flying Eyes are a heavy, psychedelic rock band hailing from Baltimore, USA. Since forming in 2007, they have opened for artists like The Black Keys (SXSW 2009), The Black Angels, Dead Meadow etc. The band's vocalist, Will Kelly is hauntingly reminiscent of Jim Morrison with his gravelly, boozy vocals and so is the sexual undertone of most of their songs, and occasionally, ends up sounding like Glenn Danzig on the dead end of the night. Searing riffs evoke the late 60s acid-head era and exits in a superb, fuzzed and reverb-heavy sonic atmosphere. The Flying Eyes also produce a grass-roots music festival called "Farm Fest" in Manchester, Maryland.

In November 2009, The Flying Eyes released a compilation of their two EPs, "Bad Blood" and "Winter" under World in Sound Records. In the summer of 2010 they supported the album with a six week European tour, notably sharing the main stage of the Burg Herzberg Festival in Germany with legends Hawkwind and Jeff Beck. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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