The journey of Desert Planes, so far

Tanyel Gumushan /
Jun 27, 2017 / Music

The latest slice,¬†‘Hot Cars in the Sun’, by Desert Planes is able to make you feel nostalgia for summer evenings of time gone by, and woozy days in the sun.

A simple yet poignant hook, ‘these are the days I will remember / these are the days you will forget’¬†imprints with a hint of psychedelia. Basking in its own young freedom, and running free in its rhythm, it’ll take you down a daydream road of wanting to fall in love with a perfect stranger.

Previously a duo, the newly formed four piece are here to stay. This is their journey so far.

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“The first video for ‘Wake in Fright.'”

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“The second video for ‘Together Apart.'”

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“Beers.”

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“Ben, on tour.”

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“Ben and Rich Turvey at Parr Street Studios.”

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“Ben and Rich McNamara from Embrace, this led to our publishing deal.”

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“Ferry to France.”

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“Playing in Finsbury.”

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“The first picture of the full line up backstage at Barfly.”

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“Playing King Tuts in Glasgow.”

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“On tour with Johnny Lloyd.”

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“Playing to the locals after finishing recording in the village la chaud.”

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“Setting up for Koko.”

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“Signing our publishing deal.”

The journey of Desert Planes, so far

“Tom and Ben, post new year show in Crystal Palace.”

Words by Tanyel Gumushan

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