June 06, 2020

Flying Horseman: Mothership

Belgian art-rock quintet Flying Horseman mix funk, jazz, triphop, prog and indie rock on their new album Mothership. Originally a solo project by renowned guitarist Bert Dockx it is now a full-grpwn ensmble, exploring the outer regions of popular music. Pulsating rhythms, dissonants and low-slung bass lines clash with the melancholic lyrics, creating a tension that is quietly demanding.

Whether it is the almost joyous funk in Hotel, the fuzzy post-punk guitars in Set Reset or the lazy vibe of A Song That Lasts, there is always a feeling that things can get sideways, going to the edge and coming close to a nasty ending. They take risks, creating an amalgam of sounds that is really special and very much their own.

Flying Horseman:
Bert Dockx: vocals, guitar
Alfredo Bravo; drums
Mattias Cré: bass
Loesje Maieu: vocals, synthesizer
Martha Maieu: vocals, synthesizer

Mothership is released via Unday Records (vinyl, CD). Release date: June 12.

Tracks:
  1. Citizen
  2. Set Reset
  3. Flare
  4. Where Do You Live
  5. Hotel
  6. Secrets
  7. Summer Dance
  8. A Song That Lasts

Live dates:
  • 10/10 Les Nuits Botanique, Brussels
  • 10/16 Handelsbeur, Gent
  • 12/03 De Roma, Antwerpen

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