East London production duo The Flight team up with US singer Alana Stewart for their latest track 'The Sinner Inside'. It is the title track from their upcoming EP which is due for release on May 12th 2014 through Apologetic Records.
The video features Stewart taking a walk through various parts of town from a bridge and a sports court to what looks like an industrial estate. She appears be in three different outfits in different shots as if to represent the indecisiveness of the songwriter. While the lyrics are powerful and emotional, the rest of the song reflects this with its catchy hooks, strong rhythm and Alana's sultry vocals.
'The Sinner Inside' EP follows The Flight's 2013 release 'Hangman' which featured vocals from Keaton Henson. The duo, who are Joe Henson and Alexis Smith, have also worked with a variety of other more established artists including Lana Del Rey, Chloe Howl, Bjork and Rufus Wainwright, and their cinematic soundscapes made them the pick of the bunch for the 'Assassins Creed' game soundtrack. Among the other songs on their upcoming EP featuring Alana Stewart is their equally enchanting 'The Idol & The Idle', which is also now available to hear.
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