‘Fictional Illustrations,’ the new album from Los Angeles-based independent pop and visual collective Fly By Midnight is out now. The album features a total of 10 tracks that showcase the duo’s signature blend of infectious melodies, dynamic range and smooth vocals. Listen here: http://bit.ly/fictionalillustrations.
The lead single from the album, “Infinitely Falling,” is a captivating track that depicts the heightened emotion of finding and exploring someone new, and its music video is a balletic short film that captures the essence of the song through its remarkable choreography. Directed by Alyona Shchasnaia & Danny Mitri (previously filmed “Bad Omens” for 5 Seconds of Summer) in Kyiv, Ukraine, this video marks Fly By Midnight’s continued foray into unique collaborations. After connecting with the director duo, the band was inspired to move ahead with filming in Ukraine, despite the current war efforts, as they believe it will send a powerful message that the arts will continue to thrive.
‘Fictional Illustrations’ serves as a completion to the band’s previously released singles such as “Why My Love (Ain’t Enough),” “What If I Wasn’t Done Loving You?” and “In The Night” which have earned the band a massive following in countries including Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Taiwan; which are among their top 10 monthly streaming regions.
With over 340k subscribers on their YouTube channel and over 3 million monthly listeners on Spotify, Fly By Midnight has been praised by tastemakers such as Billboard, Buzzfeed, Nylon, Huffington Post and MTV, for their ability to pair unique visual concepts with each one of their releases.
‘Fictional Illustrations’ Tracklist:
1. In The Night
3. Nothing New
4. What If I Wasn’t Done Loving You?
5. Different Lives
7. Why My Love (Ain’t Enough)
9. Lightning In A Bottle
10. Infinitely Falling
Stream ‘Fictional Illustrations’ here: http://bit.ly/fictionalillustrations
Watch “Infinitely Falling” music video here: https://youtu.be/R2olfKG49Ik
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