Shauvik Sharan came to Los Angeles from Pune, India, in the hopes of making it big in the global music industry. This move paid off with his musical project, Flyght Club. Flyght Club created his own genre that explores popular music types, resulting in experimental music to reach diverse listeners.
“Those American Eyes” is Flyght Club’s latest single. The lyrics use heavy personification and metaphors to portray America as a woman, enticing dreamers with her charms and opportunities. The artist hopes to inspire others like himself to continue moving towards achieving their dream despite the obstacles and hardships.
This beautiful lyricism goes well against the backdrop of a soft acoustic vibe from the guitar, synths, and sitar. Guitars, bass, synths, vocoder, vocals on this record were played, written, and performed by Flyght Club. He did have the support of Sandeep Kumar and Hriday Jain on the sitar and drums, respectively.
“Those American Eyes” takes you on a mesmerizing journey as listeners lose themselves in the dreamy vibe of the psychedelic and hard rock sounds. With multiple single releases this year, Flyght Club will continue making music that caters to every mood and emotion.
Check out Flyght Club and his new single, “Those American Eyes” out now. Listeners can also follow the artist on major music and social media platforms to stay up-to-date on the latest releases. To contact him for reviews, interviews, and collaborations, use the information given below.
Flyght Club is Shauvik Sharan’s contemporary music project. Shauvik’s strong foundation in music comes from years of listening to rock artists like Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton, and Pink Floyd. After working as a guitarist for local bands and winning rock competitions, Shauvik entered the electronic and DJ music scene. It gave birth to Flyght Club, a music project that combines multiple music styles to go beyond the boundaries of genres. Shauvik has garnered a lot of attention on major music platforms after working with major artists like Jason Derulo and Movi3.