Overhead is a Progressive Rock band from Finland with a recognisable and unique sound.

Overhead began in 1999 and released a trilogy of studio albums: Zumanthum (2002), Metaepitome (2005) and And We're Not Here After All (2008). The works received excellent reviews, radio play and recognition around the globe.

The success of the albums led to the band touring in rock-clubs and festivals around Europe. The venues ranged from smaller clubs to the palace of The Sun King in Versailles, not forgetting the legendary Spirit of 66 in Belgium, where Overhead has been back by popular demand many times.

In 2009 the band headed for a festival in Poland where Overhead's first DVD Live After All was recorded. The band headed back on the road for their longest tour yet, playing very successful shows around Europe celebrating the 10th anniversary of Overhead.

In 2012 Overhead released Of Sun and Moon which widened the band's sound even further. The release was followed by more live dates and Overhead performed at festivals in the UK and in Italy for the first time. The show in Italy was also filmed and released as a DVD.

After years of hard work the long awaited fifth studio album Haydenspark was released in 2018. The album was a return to the more progressive style and the band sounds it's absolute best on this album. Haydenspark was very well received by fans and critics alike.

Succesful releases and live performances over the years have catapulted the band to the top of the Finnish prog hierarchy. So reaching the band's 20-year mark in 2019, Overhead was invited to play at Europe's biggest progressive rock festival Night of the Prog at the legendary Loreley amphitheater in Germany. The show was recorded and released as a live album Live at Loreley.

Overhead is now writing new material for their next studio album and planning more live dates for 2020.

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Jaakko Kettunen - Guitar
Ville Sjöblom - Drums
Alex Keskitalo - Vocals & flute
Janne Katalkin - Bass
Jere Saarainen - Keyboards