Friday, April 3, 2009

In-Flight Safety at Criminal Records

Yeah, I know it's short notice from me, but In-Flight Safety will be making a FREE, all-ages, acoustic appearance at Criminal Records at 2PM today. Yay! But it looks more and more like I won't be able to go.


If you're still interested (as you should be) but can't make it to the afternoon show, they'll be doing another one tonight at the Horeshoe Tavern.

Just to remind you of who these guys are:

In-Flight Safety - Amy Racina (mp3) (MapleMusic) (iTunes)

It's always comforting to hear an In-Flight Safety song, no matter what time it is, or where you are, or what their lyrics are telling you. They know how to soothe people, and that in itself is a talent worth exploring.

So now, three years after their Juno Award winning debut, The Coast is Clear, In-Flight Safety have come out from their base in Halifax to bring us We Are an Empire, My Dear. It was actually released just over two months ago. The band are slowly gaining back their momentum and their following.

So as their album suggests, our contemporary world is filled with the tensions of love, greed and wealth. Go relax for once. In-Flight Safety and We Are an Empire, My Dear will help.

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