EUROPE: 'Got To Have Faith' Video Posted Online

EUROPE's video for their new single, "Got to Have Faith", has been posted online at this location (Windows Media).

"Got to Have Faith" is the first single off the reunited Swedish hard rockers' much-anticipated new studio album, "Start From the Dark", due in Europe on September 27 through Epic Records. The group's first collection of new material since 1991's "Prisoners In Paradise" was produced by Kevin Elson (who had previously worked with EUROPE on their multi-platinum 1986 release, "Final Countdown") and is said to feature a "heavier" direction, in the vein of the group's earlier albums. The Japanese version of the album, due on September 22, will include live versions of "Seven Doors Hotel" and "Wings Of Tomorrow", recorded during the band's headlining appearance at this year's Sweden Rock festival in early June.


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