Nite Flights is the sixth studio album by the American pop group The Walker Brothers. It was released in 1978. It includes the single "The Electrician". The album was to be the group's last together.
Each member of the group wrote songs for the album, two were by Gary Walker while Scott Walker and John Walker each contributed four. The album was recorded in February 1978 in the UK at Scorpio Sound, London, and released in July 1978. It was long out of print until the mid-1990s when it was re-released as a budget CD. The artwork was designed by Hipgnosis.
Nite Flights was the last album the trio recorded as a group, although the structure of the album, effectively split into 3 sections in which each member writes and sings, has led to both critics and band members describing it as more akin to 3 miniature solo albums than a true group album.
The album is most notable for the first four songs, all written and sung by Scott Walker—his first original material since his 1970 solo album 'Til The Band Comes In, all of them notably darker in tone than the rest of the album, indicating the direction in which his later solo work would head.
"The Electrician" was released as a single backed with "Den Haague", but did not chart. "Shutout", "Fat Mama Kick", "Nite Flights" and "The Electrician" were also released as Shutout E.P. in 1981.
In 2001, two outtakes from the Nite Flights sessions surfaced on the compilation album If You Could Hear Me Now. "The Ballad" written by John Walker is a complete song, the second outtake, "Tokyo Rimshot" is an unfinished instrumental written by Scott Walker.