EUROPE Films New Video

Swedish hard rockers EUROPE recently shot a video for the title track of their forthcoming album, "Last Look At Eden", with director Patric Ullaeus (DIMMU BORGIR, LACUNA COIL, IN FLAMES) of Revolver Film Company. The band says, "We chose to work with Patric after seeing his work with IN FLAMES, amongst others."

A photo of EUROPE with director Patric Ullaeus can be viewed below. Also available is an audio recording of EUROPE performing the song "Last Look At Eden" during soundcheck at last night's (Saturday, May 23) concert in Trondheim, Norway.

"Last Look At Eden" is tentatively due in September. The CD's first single will precede the full-length CD in late May/early June. More details, including the track listing will be made available soon.

Video footage of EUROPE performing a brand new song, "Mojito Girl", on April 25, 2009 at Caupolican Theatre in Santiago, Chile can be viewed below. Also available is a radio-broadcast-quality audio stream of the track, which will appear on "Last Look At Eden".

EUROPE has just released its "Almost Unplugged" live album in the U.S. The CD features a recording of the band's January 26, 2008 concert at Nalen in Stockholm. The band performed songs from its latest album, "Secret Society", along with some of its classic hits. The show was broadcast live over the Internet on the official EUROPE web site.

"Secret Society" was released in the U.S. on November 7, 2006 via Sanctuary Records.

"Last Look At Eden" (recorded at soundcheck on May 23, 2009 in Trondheim, Norway):

"Mojito Girl" live in Santiago (fan-filmed video):

"Mojito Girl" live in Santiago (radio-broadcast audio):


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