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The Night Flight Orchestra

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The Night Flight Orchestra Releasing New Album

Swedish classic rock band The Night Flight Orchestra - featuring Björn Strid (Soilwork), David Andersson (Soilwork) and Sharlee D' Angelo (Arch Enemy, Spiritual Beggars) - has a new album entitled "Skyline Whispers" that will be released on June 9th, 2015 via Coroner Records.

The album was recorded at Nordic Sound Lab Studios, Skara (Sweden), engineered by The Night Flight Orchestra and Bengan Andersson, mixed by Sebastian Forslund, and mastered by Thomas Plec Johansson at Panic Room Studios, Skara (Sweden).

You can listen to Björn Strid talking about the forthcoming album with Canadian rocker Danko Jones on his podcast below. The album track listing is as follows:

1. Sail On
2. Living For The Nighttime
3. Stiletto
4. Owaranai Palisades
5. Lady Jade
6. I Ain’t Old, I Ain’t Young
7. All the Ladies
8. Spanish Ghosts
9. Demon Princess
10. Skyline Whispers
11. Roads Less Traveled
12. The Heather Reports
13. Floridian Eyes (Exclusive Digipak Bonus Track) More...

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The Night Flight Orchestra Signs With Coroner

The Night Flight Orchestra, the new classic rock project with Björn "Speed" Strid from Soilwork and Sharlee D'Angelo from Arch Enemy, has signed with Coroner Records for the worldwide release of a debut album. The band is currently recording the album, which will be released in June of 2012. Coroner Records commented:

"The Night Flight Orchestra started like so many others as an innocent yet serious drunken idea when Björn Strid (Soilwork) and David Andersson (Mean Streak, Soilwork session player) were on the road together somewhere in North America in 2007. Björn and David were bonding over what they considered 'classic' or not, from rock'n'roll conspiracies to being arrested in a lobby with nothing but leather pants on.

"All those scenarios, fictional or real, needed a soundtrack. They also came to think that whether you're on a metal tour or not, a lot of classic rock songs say it all and can really lend you a helping hand and make you forget about everything, especially when in motion or traveling. The classic escape. The never-ending road trip. The transatlantic night flight. It may sound simple and naive but what it all comes down to is that we all need that soundtrack to feel extra special, whether you have been arrested in a lobby or not. More...

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