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Dreampilots made "the stunt of the year" when they released their latest
album If You Ever Come Down at Valle Hovin Stadium. (The largest concert
arena in Norway), and there was quite a few people that scratched their
head not only once, but twice, and wondered what these fellows were up
to. The album doesn't only give the answer, but also confirms the logic
in the madness. Because, this music is made for stadiums, and the band
deserves a larger crowd than they got with Salvation Street. 

This is an album with a rocky attitude, with the playful melodies of pop
in the core, and the result is really stunning. They touch themes like
friendship and love. But, the longing for heaven, the faith, and the
doubt is in focus. Listen to the authentic and honest "Broken Man" with
guest vocal Kjell Breivik, alias Colt. This is real stuff and it's good
to listen to a band that has got something on their mind.

Published 21.09.2005

- Reviewed by Alf Inge Molde, Stavanger Aftenblad


New US release in due in stores in summer of 2009.

Salvation Street "Dreampilots" (2003)
Dreampilots "If You Ever Come Down (2005)

Radio single:
One More Time (2005)



The Norwegian rock band Dreampilots is looking out for some good friends! Since the autumn of 2004, Dreampilots has been investigating music, energy,
humor, heart and God. The band released their first CD "If You Ever Come Down" September 1st, 2005, and had 1200 fans join the party at the venue
Valle Hovin. It was crazy fun and one of the best head-shaking CD release concerts ever. The response was overwhelming and rumors of the CD and the
show went on for months after. Music journalist Stein Ostby when reviewing the album said: These are fellows who know how to create pop rock with
rough edges, mixed with psychedelic elements, which places them on par with our former rock heroes Locomotives and Dandy Warhols.