Midnight Airship: Learning to Fly

posted Nov 9, 2020, 4:37 AM by Ron Charron   [ updated Apr 16, 2021, 10:52 AM ]
Six years since its premiere album and four years in the making! 


(Apple MusicSpotify,  YouTube Music , YouTube (non-subscriber) and other major outlets world-wide end November)
Album Review (in French) at Progcritique

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This second album by Midnight Airship is a musical story which narrates some of the emotion felt from world events during the course of its development in the four years leading to its release in November 2020. It was published in the wake of a historical day, one where darkness gave way to hope, and the chance to dream of better times in years ahead. 

Released November 11, 2020 

Album concept, lyrics, and music on all tracks: Ron Charron (a.k.a. Kuutana
Special thanks to Arend Westra (a.k.a. Eagle Music) for music on Lost in a Dream 
Special thanks to album cover artist Greta Heron
Finally, we have wings which can carry the world beyond the edge. 

Mixing and Mastering by Ron Charron, Borders Edge Records Studio in Canada's National Capital Region. Published by Borders Edge Music.



Looking for more? Check out these album projects on Bandcamp.com by: 
Ron Charron: Sequential Dreams, Kuutana, Starship Trooper, Sundown Cafe, The Roboter, Luna Firma, Stone Nebula 
Arend Westra: Eagle Synth, Parallaxe