Annie Girl and The Flight's intense, psychedelic live performances of “crushing high-voltage lullabies” (The Bay Bridged) have made a mark on the San Francisco rock scene, where they’ve been featured as one of the San Francisco Bay Guardian’s Artists On The Rise, DoTheBay.com’s Bae of the Week, and Deli Magazine’s Artist of the Month. From their self-titled hypnotic folk debut, which was MOJO Magazine’s album of the month, the band evolved into a louder, faster art rock incarnation punctuated by garage rhythms. For its marriage of memorable guitar riffs and dreamy vocals, their EP Bodies was chosen as one of SF Weekly’s Top Bay Area Albums of 2015. The same year, Annie Girl and The Flight were hand picked by Laura Jane Grace to support punk legends Against Me! on a 28-city North American tour.
"This band is the life support fighting for San Francisco's shrinking underground alternative rock/folk scene. Bodies truly marries the disparate elements of psychedelia, anthem rock melodies, raw grungy guitar riffs, and riveting vocals into one complete package."
— David Sikorski, SF Weekly's Top Bay Area Albums of 2015
“Engrossing, mysterious …heightened and hypnotic.” – Sylvie Simmons, MOJO album of the month
“It’s her absolute lack of showiness, her refusal to be anything other than exactly what she is, and her tendency to attract the entire room’s focus and energy not in spite of but because of that quality that makes her someone to watch: She has all the specific makings of a star who doesn’t seem to give a shit that she’s a star.” – Emma Silvers, San Francisco Bay Guardian