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Old Cities – Take Flight [Review]

Old Cities – Take Flight [Review]

Forget your winter blues with a feel-good, summery pop song courtesy of Old Cities and their new track ‘Take Flight’.

It begins and you’re immediately treated to upbeat drums, soaring guitar riffs, swiftly followed by the rich vocals from frontman Jordi White. Listen to him sing ‘fly across the world’ and you may find yourself wanting to book a flight yourself.

Once you hear about the song’s origins, it’s no surprise it sparks up wanderlust. White started to write the song in a cabin by the Blue Mountains, outside of his hometown, Sydney, Australia. Shortly after this he backpacked across Europe, and finished the song in a backstreet in Berlin on Valentine’s Day.

If you’re a fan of U2, One Republic, or Two Door Cinema Club, this is definitely a musician you should watch out for.

With its feel-good pop melody ‘Take Flight’ is a great remedy for these dreary winter days. Of course, remember to save it for your summer playlist – it’s an anthem waiting to happen. If you haven’t already, make sure to listen to the track above.

 

Review by Ellie Lewis

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