Ferris & Sylvester release video for their latest single ‘Flying Visit’
Ferris & Sylvester have unveiled the video for their latest single Flying Visit, which is the band’s first piece of music since their 2018 EP, ‘Made in Streatham’. You can see the video below.
The video was released just prior to the duo’s debut appearance at Glastonbury festival, with Ferris & Sylvester playing a grand total of four sets over the weekend – performing at Strummerville, the BBC Introducing Stage, The Rabbit Hole and The Green Peace Stage.
In a band statement speaking about the song, the duo expressed their pride at how the video came out and said that the way it was shot – a performance basis – felt right.
“We’ve toured this song for so many months and when it came around to making the video, it only felt right to do a performance based piece,” they said. “Simple and straightforward, in a run-down village hall. We wanted to let the song speak.
“We teamed up with Sam Parish-Rookes once again for this one and as always with Sam, the process from the storyboard to the final edit has been a total journey and loads of fun. We are so proud to have made a piece like this.”
The duo have had a remarkably busy 2019 and that doesn’t look like slowing down soon, with a number of different festivals and tour dates to come later in the year. All dates and tickets can be found here.