[News] Wardruna drop new single “Andvevarljod” from upcoming album

The newest music piece from Wardruna “Andvevarljod” is out now. The song is a central piece on the new album “Kvitravn.” It explores the Nordic deities of fate; the Norns, the spinning of life threads and the Norse and Sámi common idea that a person’s spirit is connected to wind, both before and after birth. The song features guest appearances by a small group of prominent Norwegian traditional singers, Kirsten Bråten Berg, Sigrid Berg, Unni Løvlid, Ingebjørg Reinholdt alongside our own Lindy-Fay Hella. “Kvitravn” album is due January 22, 2021 via Columbia Records, a Sony sub-label. Watch the video below:

Einar Selvik comments: “On a personal level, “Andvevarljod” is a song I hold very dear and it was also my starting point on the new album. Musically, it gives voice to very old song traditions and on top of that it is voiced by some of the most central reasons why these traditions are being kept alive for us and the generations to come. So, special thanks go out to our guest singers for lending us their talents and for the invaluable work they do for keeping our traditions alive!

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