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THE HELLACOPTERS Release Video For Brand New Single 'Stay With You'+ Pre-Order For Limited 7'' Single Starts Today

Swedish high-energy rock 'n' roll legends THE HELLACOPTERS are very pleased to reveal a brand-new single called 'Stay With You', the first new original Hellacopters song since the release of their triumphant, chart-topping comeback album, Eyes Of Oblivion, in April 2022.

And unsurprisingly, 'Stay With You' picks up exactly where the band left off two years ago. It's a no-bullshit action rock stunner that cuts right to the chase and yet again the band has delivered a stylish music video to be released alongside, which was directed and edited by Emil Klinta.

Nicke Andersson (guitars & vocals) commented:
"We’re in the middle of recording our new full length album which has no date of release just yet. In the meantime we’re very excited about the release of our new single “Stay With You”. It was originally intended to be included on the upcoming LP but we decided to do a Beatles and release it as stand alone track with a B-side. “Stay With You” is a straight up minor key rocker and it’s backed with our interpretation of The Cure’s “Fire In Cairo”. We hope you dig."

'Stay With You' is out today on all streaming platforms.

The song will also be available as a limited 7'' single via Lightning Records. The B-side contains a cover version of 'Fire In Cairo' by THE CURE.

Pre-orders are live NOW at





THE HELLACOPTERS released their eighth studio album titled Eyes Of Oblivion on April 1st, 2022. It marked the first full-length since the release of their temporary farewell record Head Off in 2008, and was met with massive acclaim from fans and media alike. Charting at #1 in Sweden, #3 in Germany, #6 in Finland, the band celebrated a triumphant return culminating in a show with the mighty Iron Maiden in Gothenburg in July 2022, and gigs with Ghost in Germany in June 2023. In February 2024 their beloved classic album Grande Rock was rereleased on physical formats, featuring a re-worked companion piece with additional guitar, piano and vocal tracks called Grande Rock Revisited.

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