THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA Featuring SOILWORK, ARCH ENEMY Members Release Teaser For New Music Video
April 18, 2018, 11 months ago
Swedish classic/progressive rock supergroup The Night Flight Orchestra have just wrapped up shooting the official music video for the first single off their album. A short teaser can be seen below.
Commented the band: "Recording this video was like combining different dimensions in a space cocktail. Numerous times during the video shoot, band members had to call the tax authorities, to confirm their names in the register, to make sure they had not lost all contact with reality. The result is surely mesmerizing and will take you on a journey that will be hard to digest. Enjoy!"
After taking the world of rock music by storm with last year's surprise hit Amber Galactic, which also got nominated for a Swedish Grammy in the process, and leaving people speechless after a breath-taking first European tour in November/December, The Night Flight Orchestra have completed work on their impatiently awaited next album, entitled Sometimes The World Ain't Enough.
Just like 2017's Amber Galactic, the album will feature two different cover artworks (see below) for the regular and limited editions.
The album is set for release on June 29th via Nuclear Blast and will contain 12 brand new songs. The limited first edition digipack CD as well as the vinyl will also feature an exclusive bonus track. The Japanese version will also feature an additional bonus track.
Sometimes The World Ain't Enough tracklisting:
"Turn To Miami"
"Sometimes The World Ain't Enough"
"Moments Of Thunder"
"Lovers In The Rain"
"Can't Be That Bad"
"Pretty Thing Closing In"
"Winged And Serpentine"
"The Last Of The Independent Romantics"
"Marjorie" (Limited edition digipack CD & vinyl bonus track)
"Pacific Priestess" (Japanese bonus track)
Sometimes The World Ain't Enough was again produced by the band themselves and was recorded at Handsome Hard Music / Larsson Music Studio as well as Nordic Sound Lab in Skara, Sweden. Mixing duties were taken on by the band's guitarist/percussionist Sebastian Forslund and mastering was done by Thomas ”Plec” Johansson at The Panic Room.
Pre-orders will start soon.
Soon, The Night Flight Orchestra will descend from their extraterrestrial orbit and take over your hometown. The place you thought you knew will for one very special night become a palace of sin, where the champagne hits you harder, the stakes are higher and all the women are undercover space commanders. And on top of all that, the band will put on the rock show of the year, guaranteed to blow your mind. Can you handle it?
The Night Flight Orchestra lineup:
Björn Strid - vocals
Sharlee D'Angelo - bass
David Andersson - guitars
Richard Larsson - keyboards
Jonas Källsbäck - drums
Sebastian Forslund - guitars, percussion, special FX
Anna-Mia Bonde - backing vocals
Anna Brygård - backing vocals
(Photo - Carlos Del Olmo Holmberg)