The official Twitter account of Iron Maiden posted a bunch of new tweets today to promote Tim Burgress‘ ‘Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (2015 Remaster)’ listening party.

You might follow his Twitter account that while the world is in self-quarantine hitting the pause button on live concerts, The Charlatans’ Tim Burgess invented an interesting way to bring the audience together on social media. He invited many legendary artists like Paul McCartney, New Order, Kylie, and many more to host real-time album playbacks via Twitter.

Today, The Listening Party’s latest-ever guest was Iron Maiden. The band members posted a bunch of tweets on Maiden’s Twitter account to share never-told-before details about the songs and also the unforgettable concert at Castle Donington in 2013.

While listening to the remastered version of ‘Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son’ on social media, Bruce Dickinson revealed untold details of the conversation between him and the pilot of Spitfire who flew the plane over the audience. According to Bruce, there was a helicopter over the audience that filming the concert and he had to warn the pilot, not to cause a crash with the other vehicle.

Dickinson recalled the day saying:

I had to talk to the Spitfire pilot because there was some confusion about what he was actually going to do. We had a helicopter up there filming it. It was show-stopping. We’ll have to go some way to beat it… But we have plans!

Another Iron Maiden icon Steve Harris shared his thoughts by admitting he was not expecting the plane to fly that low:

It was amazing. Everyone was sort of blown away with it. Obviously, we knew it was happening at a certain time and were waiting in anticipation. It was fantastic, it really was. But I didn’t expect it to be quite as low as that!”

You can check out the tweets and the video from the crowd below.