In-Flight Safety

WE ARE AN EMPIRE MY DEAR

CD/LP/DIGITAL – 2009 Night danger/Outside Music

track listing:
01I Could Love You More
02Big White Elephant
03Model Homes
04Crash/Land
05Torches
06Actors
07Amy Racina
08Cloudhead
09Paper Thin, Part II
10Paper Thin [video]
11The Warning
12Fill Our Wounds
"...like a roaring fireplace in the middle of a big old empty country farmhouse..."
-- Hero Hill, Halifax, NS
"In-Flight Safety create the fuzzy, feelgood FM indie rock that the Finn Brothers do so well. Hook laden, soaring choruses and all those things the new TopGear compilation CD compilers hungrily seek"
-- Seven Streets, Liverpool, UK
"... perfectly accomplished ..."
-- Q Magazine, London, UK

THE COAST IS CLEAR

CD/DIGITAL – 2006 DEAD DAISY/OUTSIDE MUSIC

track listing:
01Coast is Clear
02Time & Place
03Surround
04A Lot to Learn
05Letting Go
06Turn Me Around
07Fear
08The World Won't
09Silent Treatment
10Lost (The March Song)
"Take Doves' uplifting drive, the atmosphere of Stars and you have The Coast is Clear... The arrangements are superb, and the playing is professional and choruses are radio friendly... as far as debuts go, it's one of the strongest Halifax has seen in a while."
-- The Coast, Halifax, NS
"Canada's In-Flight Safety put on a highly impressive show by playing robust attention-grabbing rock that is tailor-made for bigger venues"
-- The Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland

Vacation Land

CD/DIGITAL – 2003 SELF RELEASE/UNIVERSAL MUSIC CANADA

track listing:
01That Day
02Somebody's Watching You
03Out Of Sight
04Turn Off
05Lucky Boy
Critic's Pick - NNNN
"... piano backed numbers and rock-out electric guitar tracks... this is music I can get into. In-Flight Safety have already played with Stars and local darlings Broken Social Scene and are definitely poised for bigger things."
-- Now Magazine, Toronto, ON
"‘Somebody's Watching You’ - Melodically, this bears a resemblance to Bruce Cockburn's "Lovers in a Dangerous Time," but don't let that fool you. This New Brunswick five-piece has ambition, from the impressionistic lyrics to an arrangement that evokes both Jeff Tweedy and Brian Wilson."
-- Eye Weekly, Toronto, ON