Members: Sean Cook Bob Locke Tim Norfolk
"David Lynch meets John Barry at a blues party in St Paul's? See you there, and don't forget the chronic. Cook, Locke and Norfolk have a film composer's ear for arty atmospheres and dirty details: you can almost smell the sex and death."
"Dark, dirty, drugged and downright sexy The Flies manage to walk a very thin line between tried and tested nights of mid-nineties house party excess and an incredible talent to draw a very relevant present into a fast approaching future."Gigwise
THE FLIES DEBUT LP "ALL TOO HUMAN" IS OUT NOW THROUGH NO CARBON/UNIVERSAL RECORDS. THE LP IS AVAILABLE ON CD AND DOWNLOAD THRU ITUNES, PLAY, 7DIGITAL, AMAZON, NAPSTER ETC AND IN ALL GOOD RECORD STORES.
"One of 2007's most adventurous and finest debuts" THE GUARDIAN
"Captivating" THE INDEPENDENT
"Like The Velvets on a David Lynch set." NME
"In a world of Kaiser Chiefs, James Blunts and Hard Fi's, The Flies have injected a breath of fresh air into music...the best UK debut album of the year." XFM
"I can honestly say there is nothing else quite like this out there in our cosmos, its incredible originality is only matched by its mesmerising allure and polished perfection.Whether smoking yourself horizontal or vertical and rising, whether entering or about to be entered, this is the album to do it to." ENTERTAINMENTFOCUS.COM
"If talent alone decided the music chart positions, then The Flies would easily hold the record for being top of the charts for the longest time" WELIKECLUBBING.COM
"The Flies sound is what the music industry has desperately been begging for since the uprise of soft indie music, which produced an overflow of copycat substandard groups. We are still in the hangover era of The Libertines, so its about time that someone shook things up a bit. Thank God someone has had the balls to do it!" MUSIC-NEWS.COM
"All Too Human is a dark, brooding and classy collection that deserves to be heard" ENTERTAINMENTMANCHESTER.COM
"Sounds like one of the classics that should have been in everyone's collection for the past thirty years...[The Flies] come across as a gloriously spaced out version of The Doors. SUBBACULTCHA
"A darkly haunting but timelessly beautiful collection of songs" SOUNDFREAK.CO.UK