On his last featured single, FlightSch was in the midst of a dream he didn’t want to wake up from. Whenever someone retreats into a fantasy, you can be sure that they’re running away from something, and the After Platinum alt-R&B singer is no exception. Another exclusive world premiere, the newly-released Night Syndrome (No Love) finds Flight struggling to face the loneliness of his everyday existence. Over his own moody synth boardwork, he laments, “After the sun comes up and the stars fade away, I’m dyin’.” Fans will be able to find Night Syndrome and much more on FlightSch’s Dreamer street album, dropping July 14, exclusively in The DJBooth.
Written by richard on 06/23/14
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