N.Flying To Soar To New Heights In New “Fly High Project” Track

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FNC’s rock rap band, N.Flying, will release a new track that depicts the stories of youthful dreams.

FNC Entertainment confirmed that N.Flying will release their new song, “Flower”, through various online music sites. The track will be publicly available on October 26 at 6 PM KST.

This new song is part of the band’s new Fly High Project. Furthermore, this will open a series of other activities that are also part of their new music venture. As a result, the song will be promoted through live performances while they busk all around Seoul.

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“Flower” is a song with a melancholy feel that reflects the days of youth which has become blurred by time. Lee Sung Hyub, the band’s lead vocalist aims to touch the hearts of their listeners, along with the rest of his band members, as they appeal to the faint sensitivity of the youth.

N.Flying’s Fly High Project is an annual project that takes spoilers, busking activities, single performances and sound recordings into one format every two months. The band members eagerly participate in direct planning and production of their releases.

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The members intends to express possibilities of what N.Flying has to offer to the public. They also aim to raise their talent to a higher level every time they create something for the project.

So far, they have released three videos regarding the project. The first video shows them in a meeting as they plan for this month’s Fly High Project.

N.Flying members are seen creating the logo for the project in the second video proving that they are really hands on throughout the whole process of their Fly High Project.

The third video is a teaser of their first performance for the project. It will be performed on a special stage at the Hyundai Card Understage on October 20 at 6 p.m. KST.

Keep updated with N Flying through their official social media channels like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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