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I think it's something Steve is working on. I saw him link it to his personal facebook page before the link was posted to the Circa page.

 

Yup, that sounded really creepy.

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haha well i think it does sound very much like something steve would do actually. Especially after hearing his track on the hurricane sandy ep. Plus i hear a slight animals as leaders influence in there somewhere. I know him and Tosin Abasi are buddies

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That song ^ totally sounds like something circa wouldve done in the On Letting Go era if the synth lines were actually guitars. That sounds exactly like Colin and Brendan write their guitar lines sometimes. Such a distinct awesome feeling

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http://soundcloud.com/flyermile/black-yes

 

http://soundcloud.com/flyermile/signiture-move

 

https://soundcloud.com/#flyermile

 

Steve Clifford . 05.12.2013 . Twitter

"Uploaded a few flyermile demos. Really excited to start this record once the floors go in at Spice House Sound."

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idk. it's hard to tell whether it's steve or chris singing.

 

but i think the floors at the studio are done or just about done, so there might be an album worth of stuff in our near future.

 

chris who?

 

And do you think these are for a new circa album or another project steve is working on?

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chris who?

 

And do you think these are for a new circa album or another project steve is working on?

 

the bassist from a life once lost, i would assume. steve talks with him about this flyermile stuff on twitter. also apparently he's an engineer at spice house.

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From what I understand,

Chris Weyh was in a Philadelphia band called 'The Makes' as guitar player and lead singer.

He is now playing bass with 'A Life Once Lost'.

He also played guitar on the Steve Clifford remix of "When I'm On Pills".

 

Earlier on in 2013, Steve posted that Jonathan Colman recorded some bass tracks over a few demos.

Jonathan Colman played bass in a band called '28 North'.

He is now listed as a member of Flyer Mile on their twitter page.

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Steve sent me a 5 song ep, and i haven't finished listening to it yet, but it's all pretty much electronic... i don't listen to that genre a lot but kinda sounds like alien/cruisin around sounds haha i like it a lot

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^nice. looking forward to hearing some stuff.

 

https://www.facebook...&type=2

 

im not sure it was flyer mile stuff though tbh, not positive... he told me via email that it was mainly just him but he had help from some guys on guitar and bass (i think)... it was more solo stuff im guessing. I wasn't expecting him to send me anything cause i just asked randomly on his instagram one day lol.

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Hey internet,

 

Steve Clifford plays drums in another awesome band called Flyermile (https://flyermile.bandcamp.com/) and they are playing some shows this weekend in the NJ/PA area with some other really cool bands. Here are the facebook event links:

 

12/18 West Chester, PA:

https://www.facebook...40190676053449/

 

&

 

12/19 New Brunswick, NJ:

https://www.facebook...24762250919870/

 

Flyermile's Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/flyermile/

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