Conceptually, sci-fi played a central role at the gigs as well as on the studio album. The complete album can be heard – with some extra songs from a band history that goes back to the year 1997, of course – accompanied by a harmonious light show with video clips designed for the respective songs. You can tell the band had a lot of fun with the concept as well as with the realisation on stage and so some solos actually have a sunrise over a newly discovered planet!
The film was shot at the outstanding performance in Zoetermeer (NL): “The Culturpodium De Boerderij in Zoetermeer was the perfect place – great stage, great light, you could say it is the Dutch prog temple. We have been playing concerts there regularly for eighteen years now, so we have a long and very friendly relationship with the venue and the crew,” says singer Yogi Lang. Fueled by the great feedback of the fans and the press, new dates are scheduled for November in Germany and again in the Netherlands.
Sebastian Harnack (Sylvan / Blind Ego), a friend of the band for many years, was responsible for the deep tones on this tour. He already filmed the concert film “A New Dawn” and the two single videos “A New World” and “What I Really Need” for the current album.
This tour was documented by “Live From Outer Space”, a live album that is hereby recommended to art rock and sci-fi fans alike!