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OUT NOW: Fly Pan Am’s <i>C’est ça</i>
19 Sep 2019

OUT NOW: Fly Pan Am’s C’est ça

Fly Pan Am's new album C'est ça is officially out today. Incorporating everything from blistering noise rock to ear-bending electronics, it's a gripping listen that's rightfully earning widespread praise from new and old fans alike.

Today we’re celebrating the official release of Fly Pan Am’s long-awaited album C’est ça. The band’s first full-length in 15 years, C’est ça finds the quartet returning in top form with a gripping combination of noise rock, shoegaze, motorik grooves, and plenty of sonic debris thrown in for good measure. C’est ça is a jammer of the highest quality and we couldn’t be more excited to share it. Hear the album now and order it on your choice of formats on our website or on Bandcamp:

LISTEN TO C’EST ÇA ON YOUR PLATFORM OF CHOICE


ORDER C’EST ÇA @ CST WEBSHOP


ORDER C’EST ÇA @ BANDCAMP

Fly Pan Am tour dates

20 Nov 2019 Québec City, QC Grand Théâtre (FRONTERA)
4 Dec 2019 Montréal, QC Place des Arts (FRONTERA)
5 Dec 2019 Montréal, QC Place des Arts (FRONTERA)
6 Dec 2019 Montréal, QC Place des Arts (FRONTERA)
7 Dec 2019 Montréal, QC Place des Arts (FRONTERA)
19 Feb 2020 Ottawa, ON National Arts Centre (FRONTERA)
20 Feb 2020 Ottawa, ON National Arts Centre (FRONTERA)
19 Sep 2019

OUT NOW: Fly Pan Am’s C’est ça

Fly Pan Am's new album C'est ça is officially out today. Incorporating everything from blistering noise rock to ear-bending electronics, it's a gripping listen that's rightfully earning widespread praise from new and old fans alike.

"Chockfull of ideas... Nothing stays still for long in this colourful thunderstorm of pattering drumbeats, motorik bass grooves, restless rhythm changes, sparkling electronics, general stomping and shimmering, disruptive static fuzz, and the kind of dense & woozy guitar effects that Kevin Shields of My Bloody Valentine took whole decades of his life trying to perfect." – The Quietus

"C’est ça finds the group revived and renewed, now working from a palette of shoegaze, krautrock and – in their words – 'sonic vandalism'. 'Distance Dealer' and 'Bleeding Decay' are rooted in bright motorik pop, shot through with a dreamy fluidity. But there’s the mark of a firm editor’s hand here, with various deft interventions – screamo vocals, sudden edits and bursts of strafing electronic noise – emphasizing a mood of playful ephemerality." – The Wire

"C'est ça is probably their most readily enjoyable release, yet it never forsakes the repeat listen-demanding mastery of the band’s curiously sweeping-to-tentative intrigue the makes their comeback a welcome one. Their sound is alive. It’s impressive to find this group still stressing that fabric as they refine the patchwork, all while presenting a fine starting point for those who missed the boat the first time 'round." – Tiny Mix Tapes

"'One Hit Wonder' is a monolith of extraordinary atmospheric sound with a propulsive undercurrent, while 'Distance Dealer' and 'Each Ether' embellish the shoegazey essence with radio interference and what sounds like scrap metal being chewed. This is for people who like My Bloody Valentine but don’t think they’re nearly loud enough." – Electronic Sound

"The quartet run the genre gamut on their fourth LP, mixing and moulding together an amazing blend of influences to craft something sonically otherworldly. Over nine tracks and 40 minutes, the quartet wonderfully mess with sonics, timing, rhythm and their own legacy. But what makes C'est ça such a triumphant return for the band lies in just how damn listenable Fly Pan Am make it all come off, giving fans something much more adventurous and challenging than simple nostalgia would ever allow." – Exclaim!

"Back in action after a 13 year break from recording, this Montreal experimental/psychedelic quartet is in brilliant form on its new record. From the swirling guitars to the buried-but-melodic vocals and layer-upon-layer of atmospheric cacophony, this album never sounds the same twice. One suspects that is exactly what the band was aiming for." – Vancouver Sun

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