"From garage band beginnings to a storm of success, One Flew West is using Denver, CO as a launchpad for what’s sure to be a bright career. Jump on the bandwagon early...”
- Single Premiere by Emillie Marvel, idbobi Radio | Link
"Pissed off at our political climate? Ever want to scream out “fuck you!” to our President? Look no further than One Flew West’s latest EP, Trial and Error – a punchy, no-nonsense creation that isn’t afraid to say what many of us are already thinking. With commentary on our current state of affairs, as well as other themes including the impending doom of adulthood or being an antisocial home-body, the EP articulates everything one could feel being a young adult in America."
- Kait Starr, 303 Magazine | Link
“18 Songs We Bet You Didn't Hear This Week.”
- Maggie Dickman, Alternative Press | Link
"Every generation needs a band to stoke its angsty screams. Right now, few do it better than One Flew West"
- Dylan Owens, Denver Post | Link
“The tongue-in-cheek, intricate and undeniably honest delivery has drawn comparison to the likes of Say Anything and You, Me & Everyone We Know, with elements of The Format and even Frank Turner also coming to the fore.”
- Ryan, Soundfiction | Link
“The band’s lyrics were intoxicating to sing along to and ridiculously catchy. One Flew West’s choruses find their way into your head and almost force you to sing along. The rawness of their punk and folk influences, in addition to their pop tendencies, create lyrics that are not only fun to sing, but have emotional resonance. The complexities and interplay of their vocals kept interest throughout the entirety of the set and helped the lyrics take their full effect.”
- Joel Thompson, Rocky Mountain Collegian
One Flew West formed in Longmont, Colorado in 2014. Their no-bullshit approach to performing and songwriting has grabbed the attention of audiences across the country, and their music has been featured in several major Spotify playlists including The Scene, Pop Punk's Not Dead, New Punk Tracks, and many others. In addition, they were an artist on the final Vans Warped Tour and were named a "Band to Watch" by CBS.
OFW has performed with Descendents, Plain White T's, Dirty Heads, New Politics, Highly Suspect, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, The Wombats, The Glorious Sons, Passion Pit, Cold War Kids, Saint Motel, Judah & The Lion, Save Ferris, Don Broco, As it Is, Skinny Lister, The Ataris, and more.