The Night Flight Orchestra - 'Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough' - Album Review
The Night Flight Orchestra - 'Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough' - Album Review10
The Night Flight Orchestra - 'Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough' - Album Review10
The Night Flight Orchestra - 'Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough' - Album Review10
The Night Flight Orchestra - 'Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough' - Album Review10
The Night Flight Orchestra - 'Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough' - Album Review10
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The Night Flight Orchestra return once again with their follow up to their highly regarded Amber Galactic. Following up on a classic is never an easy thing to do, the bar was set high with Amber Galactic and for the devoted followers of The Night Flight Orchestra who have waited with baited breath for this release with great pleasure the team of Rock ‘N’ Load can confirm, the man from Delmonte he say YES!!!

Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough continues where Amber Galactic left off, with our band of brothers steeped deep in retro magic, using all their available talents to recreate the feeling and vibe of a bygone era and one which is sadly missed by many. Flawless as always the guys have delivered twelve songs in fifty-eight minutes of glorious Technicolor infused majesty that just make you wanna get up and shake your booty like its 1999! Funky and fresh when needed, raspy in Rock and all wrapped up in awesome sauce The Night Flight Orchestra are ready for take off and everyone’s invited.

Tracks like the disco inspired ‘Paralysed’ will have you taking your lady (or man) by the hand and hitting the dance floor like Travolta himself. Whilst the title track ‘Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough’ Rock’s the fuck out all in the best possible taste! Sublime guitar work as always and slick keyboard wizardry all add to the nuances that you get from a NFO album.

If you’re sick of the usual cookie cutter run of the mill Rock bands, The Night Flight Orchestra are for you.


Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough is an absolute beauty, out June 29th via Nuclear Blast it is an absolute must have, if you’re hard enough.






01.This Time 4:52
02. Turn To Miami 4:54
03. Paralyzed 5:15
04. Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough 4:33
05. Moments Of Thunder 4:26
06. Speedwagon 3:22
07. Lovers In The Rain 4:09
08. Can’t Be That Bad 3:40
09. Pretty Thing Closing In 4:30
10. Barcelona 5:30
11. Winged And Serpentine 3:41
12. The Last Of The Independent Romantics 9:17

– Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough –
European Tour 2018
+ Special Guests BLACK MIRRORS

01.11. SE Malmö KB*
02.11. DE Weissenhäuser Strand METAL HAMMER PARADISE*
03.11. SE Skövde Skövde in Rock*
08.11. SE Stockholm Kägelbanan*
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
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 Dresden Eventwerk Studio
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 |


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