Fly My Pretties

About Fly My Pretties:

Fly My Pretties is an ever changing collective. A collaborative musical & visual show, set in a theatre environment, featuring fresh & established contemporary musicians & artists.

The focus is on original music and artistic collaboration, but the surrounding themes and aesthetics have made it much more of an experience than a just a concert.

Since its inception, Fly My Pretties has grown to become a local legend of music that continues to reach people all over the world. Fly My Pretties first entered New Zealanders’ hearts and minds in 2004, with the idea from The Black Seeds front-man Barnaby Weir and Mikee Tucker (Loop), to assemble a talented and exciting group of Wellington-based musicians and record it live in an intimate environment.

PRETTIES MEMBERS:

Barnaby Weir, Jarney Murphy, Mike Fabulous, Nigel Patterson (all in The Black Seeds), Toby Laing (Fat Freddy’s Drop), Age Pryor, Hollie Smith, Samuel Flynn Scott (The Phoenix Foundation) Adi Dick, Laughton Kora (Kora), Nathan ‘Nato’ Hickey (Grand Prix), Tessa Rain, Mailee Matthews (CASH), Module, Brendan Moran, Darren Siggley, Anna Coddington, Eva Prowse, L.A. Mitchell, Lisa Tomlins, Mara T.K (Electric Wire Hustle), Paul McLaney, Ryan Prebble, Tom Watson (Cassette), Rio Hunuki- emopo (TrinityRoots), Jayson Norris, Ned Ngatae (Anika Moa), Aaron Tokona (AHoriBuzz, Cairo Knife Fight), James Coyle & Iraia Whakamoe (both The Nudge).

 

Albums

Fly My Pretties‘The Homeland Recordings’ ©2013

‘IV’ ©2012

‘A Story’ ©2009

‘The Return Of Fly My Pretties’ ©2005

‘Live At Bats’ ©2004

 

Listen, watch, follow

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Buy music and merch

http://www.flymypretties.com

 

Reviews

http://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/music/gig-reviews/9152119/Review-Fly-My-Pretties-in-Auckland

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/entertainment/news/article.cfm?c_id=1501119&objectid=10793806

http://www.amplifier.co.nz/review/84109/fly-my-pretties-fly-my-pretties-iv.html

 

Photo gallery

 

Contact

loop@loop.co.nz

 

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