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ECLIPSE – Schwedischer Party Hard Rock ’Saturday Night (Hallelujah)’

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Die Schweden von ECLIPSE finalisieren gerade ihr neues Album und bereiten die ausgehungerten Partygänger auf die (hoffentlich) bessere Zeit vor. Musikalisch und textlich sind ECLIPSE, mit dem Video zu ‘Saturday Night (Hallelujah)’ auf jeden Fall schon in einer Zeit ohne nennenswerte Pandemie angekommen.

Frontmann Erik Martensson:

“It was another one of those Saturday nights. At home. But, for the first time in a very long time there was hope. Suddenly there were stories about someone’s mom getting ‘the shot’, an old neighbor who was able to see the grandkids for the first time in a year, and I saw an ad for a gig. A real one, without screens or internet connections. A songwriter buddy of mine was there and we walked back to the studio and wrote most of what would become ‘Saturday Night (Hallelujah)’ in 15 minutes. There’s absolutely nothing snotty about this song. It’s about partying! Don’t try to tell me you’re not up for a good f***ing party right about now”

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Lyrics:

No one’s getting out of this world alive

We live, we die like it’s Saturday night

Stay awake we sleep when we’re dead

We live, we die like it’s Saturday night

We live and we die like it’s Saturday night

 

Don’t ever let nobody tell you what you gotta do

Hallelujah for the weekend

And don’t believe nobody when they say they speak the truth

Hallelujah for the weekend

 

‘Cause we are runaway kids, tryin’ to follow our hearts

Living our dream in a house of cards

 

No one’s getting out of this world alive

We live, we die like it’s Saturday night

Stay awake we sleep when we’re dead

We live, we die like it’s Saturday night

We live and we die like it’s Saturday night

 

A million times I’ve heard them say “you gotta give it up”

Hallelujah for the weekend

But all the damn haters better keep their mouths shut

Hallelujah for the weekend

 

Cause it’s never too late and you’re never too old

Our hearts are on fire never let ’em grow cold