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The Night Flight Orchestra (Soilwork, Arch Enemy, Etc.) Debut “Change” Music Video


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The Night Flight Orchestra, who feature Björn “Speed” Strid and David Andersson of Soilwork, etc. fame as well as Sharlee D’Angelo of Arch Enemy and more, have premiered a music video for their song “Change“. That video saw a release today (September 03rd) alongside the group’s sixth studio album “Aeromantic II“.

Addressing the album’s arrival, the band offered:

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“‘Aeromantic II‘ is another triumphant return from classic rock heavy-weight contenders The Night Flight Orchestra. At least they don’t seem to plan on throwing in the towel anytime soon.

A celebration of life with that constant undercurrent of Swedish melancholy, ‘Aeromantic II‘ is the golden glitter that you don’t want to get rid of, even if it gets stuck everywhere. It’s every memory you didn’t know you had, and every future you didn’t know that you were wishing for.

It’s the fork in the road, the light in the tunnel and the unexpected fudge in the unassuming loaf of bread that is life. Bear with The Night Flight Orchestra, and they will teleport you into the neverending sinful, neon-lit night by pure Swedish willpower. Those men and women won’t back down, but you know that they love you, even though they might come across as a tad too much at times.

Are you looking for a shiny surface? Are you looking for depth? Are you looking for the emerald arch that bridges the opposites? Look no further. The Night Flight Orchestra has landed once again, albeit briefly, to provide you with another slice of the meaning of life.

Aeromantic II‘ will leave you shaken and stirred, but at the same time euphoric and enlightened. The Swedish rogues will bring the disco to the wastelands, the sweltering sun to the ghostly marshes and the fairy dust to the seemingly hopeless.

There is always a pulsating hedonistic heart in the middle of everything, and The Night Flight Orchestra gives you another roadmap full of clues and obscene illustrations, before taking off again on that journey that never ends, and that seems to be taking them nowhere and everywhere at the same time. But that’s also exactly why, on that journey, everything seems to be possible.”

 

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