Uriah Heep Announce New Studio Album ‘Chaos & Color,’ Watch “Save Me Tonight” Video


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English hard-rock veterans Uriah Heep will return on Jan. 27 with Chaos & Color, the band’s 25th studio record and first since 2018’s Living the Dream.

The news was announced on Tuesday, and came with the debut of a hard-charging anthem called “Save Me Tonight,” and a music video:

“Save Me Tonight” is another powerful melodic rock track which we have chosen to be the first single as well as the opening track of the album,” said Uriah Heep founding member Mick Box. “It is made for rock radio and will surely be included on our new set list in 2023.”

“Save Me Tonight comes from a place of frustration and helplessness” added co-writer/bass player Rimmer, “living through these unprecedented past couple of years but hanging on to this raging hope that we would all meet again! Once again, collaborating with Jeff Scott Soto has been a natural and very creative experience and the perfect platform for me to express these feelings and to carry on the Heep legacy.”

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Uriah Heep is:

MICK BOX – Lead Guitar / Vocals
PHIL LANZON – Keyboards / Vocals
BERNIE SHAW – Lead Vocals
DAVE RIMMER – Bass Guitar / Vocals
RUSSELL GILBROOK – Drums & Percussion

The track listing:

Save Me Tonight
Silver Sunlight
Hail the Sunrise
Age of Changes*
Hurricane
One Nation, One Sun
Golden Light
You’ll Never Be Alone
Fly Like an Eagle
Freedom to Be Free
Closer to Your Dreams*
Save Me Tonight (Demo)**

*CD and Digital only
**Deluxe CD only

And some upcoming European tour dates:

12 November – Nürnberg, Germany – Löwensaal*
14 November – Vilnius, Lithuania – Compensa Concert Hall
15 November – Tallinn, Estonia – Alexela Concert Hall
17 November – Helsinki, Finland – Helsinki Ice Hall
19 November – Turku, Finland – Konserttitalo
20 November – Oulu, Finland – Madetojan Sali
22 November – Umeå, Sweden – Idun
23 November – Stockholm, Sweden – Göta Lejon
24 November – Oslo, Norway – Sentrum Scene
26 November – Kristiansand, Norway – Kilden Performing Arts Centre
27 November – Stavanger, Norway – Stavanger Kuppelhallen
28 November – Bergen, Norway – USF Verftet
29 November – Trondheim, Norway – Olavshallen
1 December – Sundsvall, Sweden – Tonhallen
2 December – Gothenburg, Sweden – Gothenburg Studios
3 December – Randers, Denmark – Vaerket Teatre & Musikhus
4 December – Copenhagen, Denmark – Docken Koncerter
5 December – Malmö, Sweden – Slagthuset Teater
7 December – Stuttgart, Germany – Liederhalle*
8 December – Dresden, Germany – Culture Palace*
9 December – Suhl, Germany – Congress Centrum Suhl*
10 December – Prague, Czech Republic – Forum Karlin
11 December – Budapest, Hungary – Hungexpo Hall C
13 December – Sofia, Bulgaria – National Palace of Culture, Hall 1
14 December – Thessaloníki, Greece*
15 December – Athens, Greece*
*Celebrating 50 years of Uriah Heep



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