The Night Flight Orchestra (Soilwork, Arch Enemy, etc.), have released a new instrumental single, titled “Cabin Pressure Drops,” along with a teaser video for their new album. You can check out both of those below:
The band commented:
“So, you thought you knew what The Night Flight Orchestra was all about? You were sure that they were all about good times, boogie-woogie, radio-friendly A.O.R.? Damn, you were wrong. The one thing that has kept those ageing Swedish hearts beating for so long is DRAMA! Internal conflicts, external conflicts, rumours and exaggerations.
Sometime early next year, The Night Flight Orchestra will release their new album. ‘Cabin Pressure Drops‘ is a street opera based upon shattered dreams, broken illusions, and the fact that we are all something much less than the person we were supposed to be. But in the darkness there’s a always a glimmer of hope.
And from that glimmer of hope, with the right mindset, you can sculpt and create a whole lot of Swedish classic rock melodrama. Most bands are teasing with clips from the studio and interviews with various band members talking about how excited they are about the new material. The Night Flight Orchestra are beyond excited.
Therefore, they’ve decided to release a tiny soap opera instead, set against the background of the instrumental ‘Cabin Pressure Drops,’ available on every streaming service near you. The Night Flight Orchestra would like to remind you that this is only the beginning…”
The Night Flight Orchestra (Soilwork, Arch Enemy, etc.) have premiered a new video for their new single “Satellite.” The track features a number of guest musicians including: Big Big Train’s Rachel Hall (violin), Daniel Fäldt (kaval), Rasmus Ehrnborn (percussion), and Johan Coma Courten Svensson (percussion).
The band commented:
“Sometimes, no matter how many years or how many miles you have between yourself and the one you truly desire, love leaves a mark that can’t be erased. Your need is etched in your soul, in the actual muscle fibers that keeps your heart beating. And so, you become a satellite, forever stuck in orbit around the object of your affection, watching from afar, but never being able to fulfill your dreams.
Anticipating yet another sinful Swedish summer, where none of your secrets can be hidden beneath the unyielding glare of the midnight sun, we wanted to give you something special; a soundtrack both to your daydreams and your shortcomings. This summer might change your life, and if it doesn’t, we might change it for you.”
The Night Flight Orchestra’s new album is expected to be released in 2020.
The Night Flight Orchestra (Soilwork, Arch Enemy, etc.) have entered Nordic Sound Labs in Skara, Sweden to begin the recording process for their new album. Interestingly, the band are tracking the effort with the same drum kit Per Lindvall used on ABBA‘s 1980 album “Super Trouper.” Frontman Bjorn Strid commented:
“We are beyond thrilled to be able to use such a musical piece of history for the recording of our new album. Jonas is highly influenced by Per Lindvall, the drummer in ABBA, who used this very kit during the recording of ABBA’s masterpiece “Super Trouper” in 1979. The sound coming from this kit is still fantastic and it’s gonna give that extra flair to our sound. We’ve had two recording sessions so far at Nordic Sound Lab in Skara, Sweden and will have a 3rd final session in September. Then the new album is good to go. We are super excited about and can’t wait to share it.”
The Night Flight Orchestra (Soilwork, Arch Enemy, etc.) have premiered a new video for their song “Can’t Be That Bad.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough.“
The Night Flight Orchestra (Soilwork, Arch Enemy, etc.) will be reissuing “Internal Affairs” and “Skyline Whispers” on vinyl on November 23 via Nuclear Blast. They will come with revamped artwork and the following bonus tracks: “Song For Ingebörg” and “September, You’re A Woman.“ Pre-orders can be found HERE.
The Night Flight Orchestra‘s David Andersson (Soilwork) and Sebastian Forslund shared a video of themselves improvising a new song called “Race Towards Bremen On A Floridian Highway.” Andersson said the following about that:
“Me and Sebastian had planned to meet in his studio to do a play through of one our new songs for my endorser, ESP guitars. But when we got there it felt quite boring to just mime along to a pre-recorded track, pretending to be excited about it. And it doesn’t really represent the spirit of The Night Flight Orchestra. So, knowing that Sebastian is a one man band all in himself, we thought it would be much more fun to improvise a new track live in the studio instead, with us doing everything ourselves in real time. ‘Race Towards Bremen On A Floridian Highway‘ is a tribute to all the 80’s soundtracks we grew up with, and the unknown always growing inside us.”
[via The PRP]
The Night Flight Orchestra (Soilwork, Arch Enemy, etc.) have premiered a new video for their new song “Turn To Miami.” This track is from the band’s new album “Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough.“ which will be released on June 29. The group commented:
“This video has it all: secretaries, dancers, window blinds, laser eyes and the band on absolute fire. We really enjoyed recording this one and it’s beautifully executed by brilliant director René U Valdes! Enjoy everyone!”