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Jane Weaver Project Fenella Announce First Album, Share Video for New Song “Bright Curse”

Fehérlófia Due Out November 1 via Fire

Aug 22, 2019 Fenella
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Fenella is a new trio led by Jane Weaver and they have announced their debut album, Fehérlófia, and shared its first single, “Bright Curse,” via a video for the track. Fehérlófia is a re-imagined soundtrack to Marcell Jankovics’ 1981 animated fantasy epic of the same name and is part of Fire Records’ series of new soundtracks to old films. It’s due out November 1. Check out the “Bright Curse” video below, followed by the album’s tracklist and cover art, as well as the band’s upcoming tour dates.

Fenella also features Weaver’s long-term bandmates Peter Philipson and Raz Ullah.

A press release describes the project this way: “Released in 1981, Fehérlófia is a remarkable animation based in ancient folklore with a narrative culled from mythical tales of the Scythans, Huns and Avars. Weaver’s richly emotional and psychedelic music offers a perfect contemporary dialogue with Jankovics’ astonishing visual aesthetic. A mixture of ambient textures, menacing drones and spine-tingling vocals combine to create a lavish soundscape saturated with hypnotic moods and cinematic atmosphere.”

Fehérlófia Tracklist:

01. Slow Swoop
02. Three Heads Rising
03. Bright Curse
04. Occurring In Waves
05. Triangular Journey
06. The Seed
07. Pendulum
08. Shard Of Glass
09. Truly Seduced
10. Rock Creature
11. The Spectacle
12. Battle
13. Echo Chamber Of Your Heart
14. Strength In Air
15. Rotation Wells
16. Gilded Griffin
17. Transfiguration into One

Fenella Tour Dates:

11 Oct: Glorious Traces, The Glad Café Glasgow, UK
12 Oct: Lost Map All-dayer Edinburgh, UK
14 Dec: Outer Limits, Studio 9294, London UK w/ Vanishing Twin, Death and Vanilla, Pictish Trail & Islet

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