"Wings to Fly" is the first track of the forthcoming album by Silhouette: "Beyond the Seventh Wave". This album will be release on November 24th, 2014.
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Information about the upcoming release party for "Beyond the Seventh Wave" was released earlier this year:
We are very proud to be able to announce the official release date of "Beyond the Seventh Wave". The fourth album of Silhouette will be released on 24th November, 2014.
A day before the release the album will be officially presented at 'De Boerderij' in Zoetermeer. The band will perform live as support for Martin Barre (Jethro Tull) and play for 60 minutes.
We have a special offer available for all the fans. For only € 32,= you will receive a ticket to the concert plus a copy of the album (standard CD). Tickets will be available on http://www.beyondtheseventhwave.com/
We hope you will join us all to enjoy the first public performance of the new album "Beyond the Seventh Wave".
Beyond the Seventh Wave is a concept album of more than 60 minutes with as theme the hunger for freedom so common to man kind. It is based and inspired by books and movies of people being innocently convicted such as "Escape from Alcatraz", "Fugitive" and "The Next Three Days". But most of all, it is inspired by the story of Papillion, a Frenchman convicted for life forced labor for a crime he did not commit. He escaped several times but was destined to live his days on "Devil Island". Would he finally escape?
Silhouette is very excited about the upcoming release. We believe this album is better than anything we have done so far, with long epics ("Web of Lies", "Lost Paradise"), heavy stuff ("Escape"), symphonic expeditions ("Devils Island") and singalong songs that we might even release as singles in autumn 2014 ("In Solitary" and "Wings to Fly")
We are also proud to announce that we have quite an impressive list of guest musicians playing on the album, including Ton Scherpenzeel (Kayak, Camel), Ruben van Kruistum, Laura ten Voorde (Adeia) and Tamara van Koetsveld (Dutch Royal Airforce Orchestra).