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, Swedish classic/progressive rock supergroup The Night Flight Orchestra have completed the works on their impatiently awaited next album and will present it in Budapest at the A38 Ship.
A melody-driven, AOR/classic rock outfit based out of Helsingborg, Sweden, the Night Flight Orchestra has ties to a wide array of established hard rock bands, including Soilwork, Arch Enemy, Darkane, and Spiritual Beggars, among others. Formed in 2007 by Soilwork's Björn Strid and David Andersson, the group eventually morphed into a five-piece with the additions of Sharlee D'Angelo, Richard Larsson, and Jonas Källsbäck, all of whom appeared on the band's 2012 debut, Internal Affairs, released by Coroner Records. They expanded again in 2015 with the arrival of multi-instrumentalist Sebastian Forslund, who marked his debut with the release of the group's sophomore effort, Skyline Whispers. In 2017, the band inked a deal with Nuclear Blast and released Amber Galactic, which earned a Swedish Grammy Award nomination.