Sound Clips


Track 1-

Doctor My Heart

Track 2-

Easy On Me

Track 3-

Edge Of The Universe

Track 4-

Every Lonely Night

Track 5-

Wildest Dreams

Track 6-


Track 7-

Define Our Love

Track 8-

Pocketful of Dreams

Track 9-

Making Miracles

Track 10-

Back Where I Belong

Track 11-

Unforgiving World

Track 12-

Shame On You (Bonus Track)

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- Contagious

Release date: 21st October 2016
Catalogue no: ESM297
Barcode: 5 03128100297 6

Tracks: Doctor my Heart 5:11 / Easy on me 5:19 / Edge of the universe 4:35 / Every lonely night 4:06 / Wildest dreams 4:58 / Intoxicated 4:04 / Define our love 4:03 / Pocketful of dreams 4:04 / Making miracles 4:35 / Back where I belong 3:57 / Unforgiving world 4:23 / Shame on You 4:20 (bonus track)

Produced by Lars Chriss and Khalil Turk
Mixed by
Lars Chriss
Mastered by
Mike Lind

Steve Overland:
Tommy Denander:
Guitars & Keyboards
Lars Chriss:
Tony Franklin:
Bass (Blue Murder and Firm)

All Keyboards by Tommy Denander except for:
"Doctor My Heart" & "Making Miracles" by Mark Stanway (Magnum)
"Wildest Dreams" (Paul Farrington) (ex Demon)
"Define Our Love" Hammond by Jem Davis (FM)

Steve Overland is a legend in his own lifetime. Is there anyone out there who is not familiar with his name? He has a history that goes way back into the late seventies, his first major recording was with the band “Wildlife” in 1980. After the demise of “Wildlife” Steve went on to form the cult British melodic rock band “FM”, a band that released many great albums throughout the eighties and nineties and more recently in 2013. Their popularity has always been at the forefront of British Hard Rock.

Steve originally teamed up with Escape Music to provide lead vocals for the Boston Tribute album (ESM 081), singing 'Amanda', one of the album highlights. Steve also joined forces with Steve Morris of “Heartland” fame to record the much acclaimed “Shadowman” albums “Land of the Living” (ESM 099) “Different Angles” (ESM127) “Ghost in the Mirror” (ESM179) Watching Over you (ESM224).  

Steve has also fronted two releases by “The Ladder”, which is a dream come true for all fans of FM as the band is an extension of the great FM themselves. “Future Miracles” (ESM109) was welcome by fans old and new and it was hailed by many as the best album of 2004. More recently “Sacred” (ESM149) is an album that hones the identity of “The Ladder”.

Let’s examine Steve’s first solo album “Break Away” (ESM170), this had fans divided as it was so much different from his work with FM, but many grew to love it as it was something different from the norm. Steve gave us a more classic approach to melodic rock with “Diamond Dealer” (ESM198), with great songs that have feeling and depth.  The release “Epic” provided one of the best starts to 2014 you could possible want to wish for, and had contributions from Mike Slamer and Billy Greer of Kansas.  “Radio Radio” is one of the most radio-friendly tracks you could ever wish to hear and so easy on the ears. It’s the quality of the songs and musicianship on this album that made it so special, it was always going to be difficult to surpass. However, here is Steve’s new recording “Contagious” which is better than ever before. Big production by Lars Chriss and superb song-writing are the order of the day, these latest offerings from Steve are beautifully executed and flow with finesse from beginning to end.

Steve Overland has just added another classic album to his roster, and it’s his best to date.