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Alternative rock group Red Eleven slams out a new single from its upcoming fourth album. The song is called “Handled with Chaos” and it serves some ear candy for the lovers of 80’s and 90’s synth sounds without forgetting the low tuned guitar riffs.

Listen to the single
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Watch the music video:

The band’s vocalist Tony Kaikkonen describes the origin story of the song’s lyrics as follows: “The lyrics were born as if by themselves, as I listened to the original demo of the song and pondered the vocal melodies. The upcoming album has a lot of nuances from the eighties, especially in terms of sound, so of course some of the lyrics on the album also dive into moods inspired by old horror and action movie classics. Handled with Chaos, which got its idea from the movies of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, among others, is one of those songs.”

In addition to the ear caressing, Red Eleven offers a small relief to the live-hungry audience in the form of an audiovisual stimulus and also releases a live music video of their single “Handled with Chaos”. The video material dates from before the corona pandemic.

The band’s live gig break ends! The upcoming gigs can be found here:

07.08. LIVEstuore Festival, Lievestuore
22.08. Private party
02.10. Freetime, Jyväskylä


Inverse Music Group


Finnish heavy alternative rockers Red Eleven have released a second single “Starry Eyes” from their upcoming fourth album. The music video of the single is directed by Finnish movie director Jesse Haaja who is known from the super hero movie Rendel: Dark Vengeance (2017). The video is written by Haaja and the vocalist Tony Kaikkonen and starring Australian actress Bianca Bradey.

Watch the video:

Guitar player and composer Teemu Liekkala backgrounds:

“Starry Eyes presents softer but also gloomier side of Red Eleven. Tony and I got the idea when we were cooking paella and jamming while demoing the album tracks. At first the lyrics were also about paella, but later we noticed that the composition was worth more than just a cooking joke.”

Listen the single:


“I’m a huge fan of 1980’s horror movies and I have to admit that the story of the music video pretty much wrote itself. Serial killer stuff with 80’s vibes and a little twist. Our visions about the story matched right away with Jesse.” – Tony Kaikkonen

It’s so rare these days that you get to direct a music video with this magnitude and production value. I think I was in LA when Tony Kaikkonen sent me the first demo of the song and I was sold at once.

Filming this really reminded me why I do this for living. Great rock song with almost painfully slow tempo with amazing actress Bianca Bradey gave us lot’s of creative space story- and filmingwise.”

– Jesse Haaja

Inverse Records