Flying Hórses is an instrumental journey through memories.
The debut album, ‘Tölt’ was recorded with Sigur Rós’ own Biggi Birgisson, at Sundlaugin Studio in Iceland. Shortly after the release of ‘Tölt’, Flying Hórses signed to 1631 Recordings along with multi-instrumentalists; Dustin O’Halloran and Hauschka.
FH was invited to play Iceland Airwaves Music Festival 2015’, as well as the world renowned, Festival International de Jazz de Montreal 2016′. The Banff Centre for Performance Arts welcomed FH for their Independent Music Residency 2016′, to work and collaborate with Juno award winner, Charles Spearin (Broken Social Scene, Do Make Say Think).
Flying Hórses is currently working on her sophomore record.
Tölt is available now.
“A project that gained steam in both Ottawa and Montreal’s local scenes over the better part of 2014, Flying Hórses’ music is emotionally rooted in the memories and innocence of childhood. Ruminating on these thoughts and feelings had the crowd lost in reflection, as the band celebrated the release of their debut album Tölt, enrapturing the audience with their incredibly cinematic, evocative compositions.”