THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA | Talk debut album in new video trailer

Swedish classic/progressive rock supergroup THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA have released a brand new video trailer in which they talk about their debut album, ‘Internal Affairs’ as well as the exclusive bonus track, ‘Song For Ingebörg’.

Watch here:

The band is currently touring Europe in support of their most recent hit album, ‘Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough.’


Webisode #1:

Webisode #2:

Webisode #3:

‘Can’t Be That Bad’ music video:

The band recently announced that they will be re-releasing their early albums; their debut, ‘Internal Affairs’, as well as its successor, ‘Skyline Whispers’. The records include modern classics like ‘West Ruth Ave’, ‘Transatlantic Blues’, ‘Living For The Nighttime’ and ‘Stiletto’ amongst many more.

The albums will feature exclusive bonus tracks, revamped artwork (see above) and will be available on vinyl for the first time ever (see formats below). Pre-order here.

‘Skyline Whispers’ and ‘Internal Affairs’ be released on November 23rd, 2018, via Nuclear Blast.

Back when the albums were first released, they had already started to stir up quite a storm in the international rock scene:


“A masterpiece”

ROCK HARD | 9/10 points

“Extremely smooth AOR with huge hooks!”

METAL HAMMER | 6/7 points



“Arena rock and almost disco-ish super sounds!”

ROCK HARD | 8.5/10 points 


“Long live TNFO! Long live rock!”

METAL.DE | 9/10 points


Tracklist ‘Internal Affairs’:

1.Siberian Queen

2.California Morning

3.Glowing City Madness

4.West Ruth Ave

5.Transatlantic Blues

6.Miami 502

7.Internal Affairs


9.Stella Ain’t No Dove

10.Montreal Midnight Supply

11.Green Hills Of Glumslöv


  1. Song For Ingebörg


Tracklist ‘Skyline Whispers’:

  1. Sail On
  2. Living For The Nighttime
  3. Stilletto
  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 Travelled
  12. The Heather Reports


13. September, You’re A Woman


The band released their highly anticipated 4th album, ‘Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough’, on June 29 via Nuclear Blast and hit the official charts in various countries.


Official Chart Positions:

Germany #16

UK #20 (rock chart) / #38 (indie chart)

Switzerland #23

Sweden #37


The album was awarded “album of the month” in various big music publications:

Aardschok (NL)

Rock Hard (GER)

Rock Hard (FR)

Sweden Rock (SWE)


and reached the following positions in…

Eclipsed (GER) #2

Metal Hammer (GER) #2

Rock It! (GER) #2 (GER) #3

Deaf Forever (GER) #5


More on ‘Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough’: 


See the first trailer here:

See the second trailer here:

The third trailer is available here:

The fourth trailer can be seen here:


‘This Time’ music video:

‘Lovers In The Rain’ music video:

‘Turn To Miami’ music video:


Order ‘Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough’ here:


Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough

  1. This Time
  2. Turn To Miami
  3. Paralyzed
  4. Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough
  5. Moments Of Thunder
  6. Speedwagon
  7. Lovers In The Rain
  8. Can’t Be That Bad
  9. Pretty Thing Closing In
  10. Barcelona
  11. Winged And Serpentine
  12. The Last Of The Independent Romantics 

Limited edition digipack CD & Vinyl bonus track

  1. Marjorie

Japanese Bonus Track

  1. Pacific Priestess


‘Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough’ was again produced by the band themselves and was recorded at Handsome Hard Music / Larsson Music Studio as well as Nordic Sound Lab in Skara, Sweden. Mixing duties were taken on by the band’s guitarist/percussionist Sebastian Forslund and mastering was done by Thomas ”Plec” Johansson at The Panic Room.


‘Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough’

European Tour 2018

+ Special Guests BLACK MIRRORS

08.11. SE Stockholm Kägelbanan*

09.11. SE Eskilstuna K100*

10.11. SE Göteborg Sticky Fingers*

11.11. NO Oslo John Dee*

16.11. FI Helsinki On The Rocks*

23.11. DE Cologne Luxor

24.11. DE Osnabrück Rosenhof

25.11. NL Zoetermeer Boerderij

26.11. NL Arnhem Willemeen

27.11. BE Vosselaar Biebob

28.11. FR Nantes Le Ferrailleur

30.11. UK London Underworld

01.12. FR Paris Petit Bain

02.12. FR Toulouse Le Rex

03.12. ES Madrid Caracol

04.12. ES Barcelona Bóveda

05.12. FR Lýon Warmaudio

06.12. IT Milano Legend Club

07.12. CH Meyrin (Genève) Undertown

08.12. CH Zurich Dynamo

09.12. DE Mannheim MS Connection

10.12. AT Salzburg Rockhouse

11.12. HU Budapest A38

12.12. AT Vienna Szene

13.12. AT Graz Dom im Berg

14.12. DE Munich Backstage

15.12. CZ Prague Nova Chmelnice

16.12. DE Nürnberg Hirsch

17.12. DE Saarbrücken Garage

18.12. DE Aschaffenburg Colos-Saal

19.12. DE Berlin Bi Nuu

20.12. DE Jena F-Haus

21.12. DE Bremen Tivoli 

22.12. DE Bochum Matrix

* = without BLACK MIRRORS



Björn Strid – vocals

Sharlee D’Angelo – bass

David Andersson – guitars

Richard Larsson – keyboards

Jonas Källsbäck – drums

Sebastian Forslund – guitars, percussion, special FX

Anna-Mia Bonde – backing vocals

Anna Brygård – backing vocals


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