Ahead of the release of their new single 'Please Eloise' (October 16th), and their forthcoming tour supporting Lucy Rose, The 405's Niralee Modha decided to take Flyte to Rough Trade East for a spot of record shopping. Check out the photos below.

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Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte

Nick Hill: Talking Heads - Speaking in Tongues

Speaking in Tongues is not only Talking Heads' first commercially successful smash, but it was the album that inspired the tour that inspired the film Stop Making Sense. If you haven't seen this film, I implore you to put down what you're doing and watch it. Now.

  Record Shopping with Flyte

Jon Supran: Arcade Fire - The Suburbs

The Suburbs is one of my favourite albums of the last decade. It takes you on this really awesome journey through the band's childhood in Houston, and as the album unfolds you get all these different genres and it's extremely nostalgic. I derive particular pleasure in the sound that the drummer gets. He manages to make a potentially mundane groove into something really interesting.

Record Shopping with Flyte

Will Taylor: Pixies - Doolittle

A mate gave me this album on CD in year 7 and it changed everything. The mixture of artfulness and raw aggression seemed like such a shocking combination at the time, it was almost as if it shouldn't have been allowed. No one else in the year understood it and that only made us obsess over it even more. It inspired us in our various bands to be more versatile; bring more into it.

  Record Shopping with Flyte

Sam Berridge: Stevie Wonder - Innervisions

I picked Innervisions because it's probably the best album by the unique force of nature that is Stevie Wonder. For me, he can do no wrong. Even when his lyrics are essentially the cheesy ramblings of a madman or he dedicates a whole album to the secret life of plants, it's still awesome because of the sheer, joyous musicality on display. I love the man. 

Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte
Record Shopping with Flyte