NEWS: THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA Travel Back to the 80's for "Something Mysterious" Video

May 19, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Swedish classic/progressive rock supergroup THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA - featuring members of metal frontrunners Soilwork and Arch Enemy - have released their critically acclaimed new album, Amber Galactic, today! In celebration, the band has teamed up with Loudwire to reveal the official music video for the song "Something Mysterious".


Watch the 80's VHS style video here via Loudwire:


Guitarist David Andersson says: "Almost everyone, no matter who they are, have experienced one, or perhaps even a few, epic nights in their lives. That night when you met the love of your life, and you couldn't go to sleep because your heart was beating too fast out of pure excitement and joy. That night when you lost the love of your life. The night when you thought that no matter what happens next, I'll remember this night for the rest of my life. 'Something Mysterious' is a song about standing at that crossroads, gathering the courage to take that plunge into the unknown, knowing your life will never be the same again."


The record was awarded as "album of the month" in various renowned European music magazines such as Rock Hard (Germany), Rock Hard (France), Sweden Rock Magazine (Sweden), (Germany), United Rock Nations (France).


The album also reached high soundcheck positions in other magazines:

  • METAL HAMMER (Germany): #2
  • DEAF FOREVER (Germany): #3
  • AARDSCHOK (Netherlands): #3


More on Amber Galactic:


Amber Galactic is available as a limited edition digipak CD featuring an alternate cover art, 2LP vinyl (black and violet sparkle, see below) and as digital download and stream via all known platforms.


Amber Galactic is available for purchase now:


Amber Galactic track listing:

  1. Midnight Flyer
  2. Star Of Rio
  3. Gemini
  4. Sad State Of Affairs
  5. Jennie
  6. Domino
  7. Josephine
  8. Space Whisperer
  9. Something Mysterious
  10. Saturn In Velvet
  11. Just Another Night (BONUS TRACK, limited edition digipak, vinyl)
  12. Fly Tonight (Never Rewind) (BONUS TRACK, Japan only)


When asked about the direction of NFO within the realm of classic rock, Strid explains with a chuckle: "Most other classic rock bands sound like weed or LSD - we sound like cocaine."


Amber Galactic was recorded at Handsome Hard Studio in Lund, Sweden. The album follows THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA's two previous releases, 2012's Internal Affairsand 2015's Skyline Whispers.



  • Björn Strid - vocals
  • Sharlee D' Angelo - bass
  • David Andersson - guitars
  • Richard Larsson - keyboards
  • Jonas Källsbäck - drums
  • Sebastian Forslund - guitars, percussion


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