NEW SINGLE/VIDEO, ‘NIGHT ON FIRE’, RELEASED TODAY!
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RECKLESS LOVE, the flamboyant Finnish rockers who burst spectacularly onto the UK scene in 2010, release their brand new single/video, ‘Night On Fire’, today via Spinefarm Records. The song is taken from their upcoming third studio album (title yet to be revealed), which sees the four pushing their signature blend of sleaze-rock riffs and huge commercial choruses to even greater heights…
Frontman Olli Herman says:-
“‘Night On Fire’ is the pure essence of Reckless Love; a deceitfully catchy tune with an awesome big sing-along chorus and a fierce guitar solo. It embodies all of our biggest ’80s influences from KISS and Van Halen to Def Leppard and Europe. ‘Night On Fire’ also has this exotic Shakira-esque groove to it, which'll make you dance, or if dancing ain't your cup of tea, nod your head until you break your neck!”
The video for 'Night On Fire' was shot over consecutive nights in the Canary Islands following a full week in Las Palmas, “lazing around, taking it easy, enjoying cold beer and hot weather,” according to Olli – it’s alright for some!
Production credits include award-winning film director Marko Mäkilaakso (known for both his music videos and his feature-length films, such as ‘Deadly Descent’, ‘War Of The Dead’, etc.), cinematographer Juge Heikkilä, and producer Teemu Virta for Twisted Films Inc.
“We all have active and vivid imaginations, but we wanted to keep things pretty simple for the video – we're portrayed as a demonic product of Baron Samedi, a spirit god of Haitian Voodoo. This is the ‘dark side’ of Reckless Love... hahaha (evil, yet sarcastic laugh)…”
A full UK headline tour is scheduled for the autumn of 2013, with selected festival appearances also being discussed. Previously, Reckless Love have appeared at the Download and Firefest events over here, as well as headlining tours, playing London residencies, touring with Black Veil Brides and releasing such irresistible singles/videos as ‘Beautiful Bomb’, ‘Romance’ and ‘Hot’.