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The Night Flight Orchestra Announce Tour

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Some bands enter new decades with caution. Nervously they traipse around aimlessly, having whispered band meetings discussing the zeitgeist, and how it might affect the planning of their next career move.

The Night Flight Orchestra, however, are too old, self-absorbed and hedonistic to give a damn. They start off 2020 by releasing a new album on February 28, before they embark on a European headline tour, bringing an Aeromantic Experience to the unsuspecting masses, beginning in London on the sixth of March and ending in Berlin on March 28.

The NFO air crew states, "We promise you otherworldly experiences, flaming berets, all kinds of musical and physical indulgence, trance-like states and classic rock as you never heard it or felt it before. Your life will probably never be the same, but that’s not a bad thing. We invite you to embrace the future of classic rock on a special evening with The Night Flight Orchestra. For your eyes and ears only."

»The Aeromantic Experience«


06.03. UK London - Islington Assembly Hall




The Night Flight Orchestra Launch Satellite

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Swedish classic/progressive rock supergroup The Night Flight Orchestra have released their brand new single, 'Satellite'.

The band saidSometimes, 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 fibres that keep 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 fulfil 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."

'Satellite' was recorded mostly in NSL studios, Skara, Sweden by the NFO and Thomas Plec Johansson, Mixed by Sebastian Bremen Forslund and mastered by Thomas Plec Johansson, with video directed by René U Valdes. The song includes guest features by a variety of musicians, such as Rachel Hall from British progressive rock icons Big Big Train.

Recently the band had announced to have begun recording the successor of 2018's Sometimes The World Ain't Enough. The band is currently working on the as of yet untitled album at Nordic Sound Labs using the same drum kit that was used by ABBA.“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 in Nordic Sound Lab in Skara, Sweden and will have a third final session in September.” - Björn Strid



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