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Aeroplane Flies High

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Aeroplane Flies High is a Fuzz Rock band from Liverpool, England, consisting of Jack Evans (Guitar/Vox), Roanne Wood (Guitar) and Lewis Oneill (Drums).

Their unique combination of both thick and fizzy guitar tones, pummelling Grunge inspired drumming and bombastically melodic vocals has helped them transcend most of today's run of the mill 90's worship. These are truly the songs of tomorrow... today!

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If You Buy One Thing This Week: Honey by Aeroplane Flies High

July 14th, 2014

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Let’s take a moment to blow our own trumpet for a second – our Future Hits column is the best place to learn about new heavy music right now. We don’t work to a schedule, we don’t panic and stick any old bunch of guitar-botherers in there just to make up the numbers. We only post a band in it when we really believe in them. Aeroplane Flies High is one of those bands we believe in who we featured in Future Hits. We love their crunchy Northern take on a whole spectrum of classic grunge. Their new EP, Honey, comes out this week, and it perfectly captures every facet of this great young band. That’s why it’s our choice for If You Buy One Thing This Week.

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Future Hits 153: Aeroplane Flies High

August 15th, 2013

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Aeroplane Flies High
From: Widnes, UK
Lazy equation: Grunge + Revival
URL: Facebook // Bandcamp // Twitter // Website

Thrash Hits verdict: With influences ranging all the way from stalwarts, Smashing Pumpkins and Alice In Chains to the female touch of Hole and Babes in Toyland to the noise rock of Metz and Part Chimp, it’s clear that Aeroplane Flies High enjoy music along the grunge spectrum. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, of course. Having formed in 2009, the current line-up met at a Melvins gig and slowly but surely, they seem to be gathering pace. Translating their love for the American Big Fuzz guitar sound of the ’90s into big fat northwestern riffs and adding some smart lyrics, AFH could well be onto something.

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