1. An Interview with Fly My Pretties Jammerzine Exclusive 40:05

When I first found out about New Zealand’s Fly My Pretties, I was astonished at how much of a collaborative effort it is while being as smooth running as it is. Their new album, and first studio album titled ‘The Studio Recordings Part One’ is an audio dynamite stick filled with the diversity that only a well crafted and tightly knit family of artists who know how to work together and work off the feeling of each other. And it shows (embed playlist below).

And in this interview, we get to talk with the brainchild of this effort, Barnaby Weir. In the interview, we get to know the roots of this family tree as well as the creative process that comes with each effort that Fly My Pretties undertakes plus much, much more.

About Fly My Pretties

Fly My Pretties evolved into an amorphous entity that claims over 50 members from acts like Lord Echo, The Phoenix Foundation, Trinity Roots, Hollie Smith, Terrible Sons, and many others. Their initial conception was made for the live setting – to provide a unique and immersive experience. Now, years later, they are finally putting their compositions on a proper studio album.


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LINKS:
http://www.flymypretties.com
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fly-My-Pretties/70526150479
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1D2FFBD9ABFB296E
https://twitter.com/FlyMyPrettiesNZ
https://flymypretties.bandcamp.com

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