Europe – Celebrate 40th Anniversary In Studio To Record New Music

Swedish rock legends EUROPE are back in the studio to record new music for the first time since 2017 and the recording of their last album “Walk The Earth”.

The band are currently in Atlantis Studios in Stockholm with producer Klas Åhlund (Ghost, Robyn) working on a new song entitled “HOLD YOUR HEAD UP”, a punchy up-tempo rocker with reminiscent elements of early Europe, which will be released as a single on September 15th this year.

The song will be mixed by Stefan Glaumann (Rammstein, Def Leppard) who also mixed Europe’s Secret Society album.

Joey Tempest “We’ve been back on the road for a while but it’s such a pleasure to be back in the studio again – together with such a gentleman and professional like Klas. It’s sounding extraordinary”.

The song is a precursor to recording a new album in 2024, the band’s 12th studio record. Set for release late 2024 / early 2025.

In addition, the band are finishing up work on a brand new documentary film with producer/director Craig Hooper (Deep Purple / Saxon) for Coolhead Productions simply entitled EUROPE – THE MOVIE. The film will tell the story of the band, from formation until present day, telling of their rise to success in the mid 80’s, through hard times and heartache to coming back in the millennium and the current successes the band has achieved. This is set for release in early 2024.

The band will undertake a “Time Capsule” tour in September & October which will take in 21 concerts across Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Norway, Sweden, France, The Netherlands and the UK, including two nights at the famous London Palladium. Just added is a show in Spain on September 21st to kick the tour off.

These anniversary shows will consist of a career retrospective “evening with” performance featuring all the hits together with deep cuts and fan favorites from all of their 11 studio albums. The Time Capsule 40th Anniversary 2023 Shows are:

September 21st Spain – Merida, Teatro Romano De Merida
September 30th Switzerland – Lausanne, Metropole
October 1st Switzerland – Zurich, Volkshaus
October 2nd Italy – Milan, Teatro Degli Arcimboldi – SOLD OUT
October 4th Germany – Stuttgart, Theaterhaus
October 5th Germany – Munich, Circus Krone
October 6th Germany – Berlin, Admiralspalast
October 8th Norway – Oslo, Opera House – SOLD OUT
October 9th Sweden – Stockholm, Cirkus – SOLD OUT
October 14th France – Paris, Salle Pleyel
October 15th Netherlands – Utrecht, TivoliVredenburg – SOLD OUT
October 17th UK – Cardiff, St. David’s Hall
October 18th UK – Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall
October 19th UK – Gateshead, The Sage
October 21st UK – Wolverhampton, The Halls
October 22nd UK – Salford, The Lowry
October 24th UK – Leicester, De Montfort Hall
October 25th UK – London, The Palladium
October 26th UK – London, The Palladium
October 30th Sweden – Stockholm, Cirkus – SOLD OUT
October 31st Sweden – Stockholm, Cirkus – SOLD OUT

Joey Tempest – Lead Vocals
John Norum – Guitars
John Levén – Bass Guitar
Mic Michaeli – Keyboards
Ian Haugland – Drums

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