disco-rock

The Night Flight Orchestra release music video for first single “Divinyls”

Swedish classic rock/AOR supergroup The Night Flight Orchestra are set to take off with the release of their intergalactic new album “Aeromantic” on February 28th, 2020, via Nuclear Blast.

“More drama” is the name of the game - and the band delivers a dose of class in the form of the official music video for the first single “Divinyls”, directed by René U Valdes of Bravo Bravo Films. Get a sonic impression of their promised “Aeromantic” experience below.

Cats In Space

Hi, Greg… congrats on “Daytrip to Narnia” – it’s has been chosen as the “Album of the Month” on Grande Rock! Great job dude once again!
 
G: Hi there guys! That’s awesome news, thank you so much for the support!
 
 
So, how are things out there in space?
 

The Night Flight Orchestra working on new studio album

Swedish classic/progressive rock super-group The Night Flight Orchestra have announced that they have begun the recording process for 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 during the recordings of ABBA’s 1980 mega album “Super Trouper”!

Mother Feather releases new music video for “Man, I Wish You Were Here”

New York City’s Mother Feather are kicking off 2019 with brand new video for “Man, I Wish You Were Here”.

The video originally debuted at the Triskelion Arts Dance Film Festival in November of 2018. Watch the video and listen to more cuts from “Constellation Baby” out on Metal Blade Records / Blacklight Media Records.

Watch the new video below.
 

Mother Feather releases new music video for “Red Hot Metal”

Mother Feather tackles “Red Hot Metal”, as Maria Manic takes on Matt “The Bulldozer” Tremont in new video; NYC release show tomorrow at Knitting Factory.

As the year comes to a close, New York City’s Mother Feather aren’t letting up: the notorious stage-destroyers are releasing the visuals for album opener “Red Hot Metal” just ahead of their hometown album release show.