Toronto-based quintet Low Level Flight (LLF) have just released new album â€˜Through These Wallsâ€™ in the UK. This is a band that aren’t about to pander to anyone. With eyes solidly set on reaching their destiny through sincerity and fortitude, they’ve seen what’s behind the facade. And wisely turned their backs. Since 2006, this group of melodic hook-laden indie rockers has been carving a fresh path thanks to a common vision and an inimitable sound. It’s an accomplishment highlighted by their second album â€˜Through These Wallsâ€™ (Brave Rekords).
The bandâ€™s debut effort â€˜Urgencyâ€™ (2007) saw Low Level Flight amalgamate primary influences such as the lilting, atmospheric flare of Interpol and Muse’s almost symphonic indie rock delivery into an entirely unique overture. The album garnered no less than three Top 10 videos and two Top 40 singles whilst bringing their music across the United States, Canada and even an extensive tour of India.
Tapping the expertise of revered producer Gus Van Go (The Still, Priestess, The Trews) in order to document â€˜Through These Wallsâ€™ ensured LLF’s purest vision was captured only after it was nurtured and provoked. Utilizing his wealth of experience and a devout interest in creating the best possible songs, Van Go brought out unheralded creativity from the band while also offering unique perspectives on overall approach.
The results of those efforts are immediately evident on â€˜Through These Wallsâ€™, a virulent display of cohesiveness, stability, resounding rhythms and anthemic prowess. Penned in their rehearsal hall over the course of two years, the band worked diligently at ensuring their innate ability to commingle brawny ability with captivating harmonies.