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NIGHT - High Tides / Distant Skies (digi pack)

NIGHT - High Tides / Distant Skies (digi pack)

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The Swedish band that started out as a Judas Priest and Saxon worshiping band with their first release in 2012 has now transformed into a timeless and classic rock act. It´s easy to grow fond of Night. It´s easy to say that their influences today could be found in history with artists as Phil Lynott, Mark Knopfler, or Scorpions ’76, or Blue Öyster Cult around ’77. But it´s so much more. The unpretentious charm that exudes from Night is what sets them apart from other retro-rockers. One really gets the feeling that these guys don’t give a crap what others think; they’re playing what they love and if we love it or not, it’s up to us. Albums like this one could make September the feel-good month of this weird year.

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The Swedish band that started out as a Judas Priest and Saxon worshiping band with their first release in 2012 has now transformed into a timeless and classic rock act. It´s easy to grow fond of Night. It´s easy to say that their influences today could be found in history with artists as Phil Lynott, Mark Knopfler, or Scorpions ’76, or Blue Öyster Cult around ’77. But it´s so much more. The unpretentious charm that exudes from Night is what sets them apart from other retro-rockers. One really gets the feeling that these guys don’t give a crap what others think; they’re playing what they love and if we love it or not, it’s up to us. Albums like this one could make September the feel-good month of this weird year. Tracklist: 1. Shadow Gold 2. Burning Sky 3. Crimson Past 4. Falling in the Black 5. Running Away 6. Here On My Own 7. Lost in a Dream 8. Give Me to the Night 9. Under the Moonlight Sky

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