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Vinyl LP pressing. 2017 release. The first signing to Night Street/Interscope Records (an imprint helmed by Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds), K. Flay instills energy into songs that highlight her seamless lyrical flow and head-turning lyricism. K. Flay is quick to point out that she "fell into music very haphazardly" at the age of 19 - a decade after her dad first taught her to play guitar. K. Flay's second album Every Where Is Some Where includes the Top 5 Alternative Radio hit "Blood In The Cut" and "High Enough". K. Flay has cited Lauryn Hill, M. I. A. , Missy Elliott, Metric, Cat Power, Liz Phair, Garbage, Royal Blood, Tame Impala, Shlohmo, OutKast and Jeremih as influences. She describes her sound as "genre-defying" and draws from lo-fi pop and hip hop with a strong indie component in her sound.