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In 2014, on the 8th show of their fall tour, Flying Colours took to the stage at Switzerland’s storied Z7 venue, and on film, captured a breathtaking live performance. With their critically acclaimed sophomore album Second Nature out for only a week, the concert
recorded an exceptional rarity: band and audience, together, discovering an album for the first time. That freshness is palpable in every frame of this ultra-hd/blu-ray/dvd release. With such high duality, you are transported there and become part of the event with every crowd reaction.flying colors

Flying Colors also explored technological innovation with the album, with unique ways for fans to experience it. Viewers can listen in 5.1-surround sound from the two best seats in the house: at the soundboard, and in the front row. For audio-only listeners, a specialized encoding process brings the full surround mixes to headphones as well all the show’s audio was processed with a new engineering system, developed specifically for live at the Z7,
which creates stunning detail and separation. The video was mastered by famed special effects company, Cinnafilm, using their revolutionary dark energy technology (Star wars, imax). The result is unparalleled realism from the concert’s 24 cameras.

Second flight: live at the z7 showcases a new level of musical prowess from the group, captures the candid energy of a new band, and lets fans experience them in innovative ways. It reflects the many hues and colors of the band members’ individual- and collective- unique creative expression. It’s flying colors at their very best, and a new milestone in the band’s soaring adventure.


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