It's a subtle exploration of grief...

Flyte and The Staves link on beautiful new single 'White Roses'.

The two bands encountered each other while on tour with The Lemon Twigs, bonding over a mutual love of the UK version of The Office.

Keeping in touch, when Flyte songwriter Will Taylor needed help on a new song he knew who to call.

The band are currently crafting a follow up to their debut album 'The Loved Ones', and invited The Staves into the studio.

Carefully etched new single 'White Roses' is the result, a song informed by loss and the grieving process.

Set at a funeral, the lyrics contain a nod to WH Auden's Funeral Blues, which was also used in Four Weddings And A Funeral.

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