NESTOR are five childhood friends who formed a band over three decades ago in their hometown of Falköping, Sweden.
Now the rockstar dreams of their youth have been revitalised and once again the band embraces influences from the 80s with tongues-in-cheek and a lot of heart.
With three previously released singles this year and over a million plays combined for the songs and music videos, the hype is enormous for the album “Kids In A Ghost Town” from Swedish nostalgic rock band NESTOR, that was released on October 22nd.
The before mentioned singles “On The Run”, “1989” and latest single “Tomorrow” (featuring none other than 80s pop icon Samantha Fox) are accompanied on the album with seven more tracks, all of them equally worthy of recognition.
There are certainly no fillers on this AOR milestone in the making - three of the songs have also been co-written together with acclaimed song writer Andreas Carlsson, whose previous works includes songs for Bon Jovi, Europe, Paul Stanley and others.
The album is released through the band’s own label Black Diamond Music and is produced by Tobias Gustavsson, mixed by Sebastian Forslund (The Night Flight Orchestra), and mastered by Thomas “Plec” Johansson at The Panic Room.