The new album Kallohonka is based on eternal tunes and stories about the returning to foregone-
roots. Where the first self-entitled album was a raw and stripped interpretation of shamanistic folk music, Kallohonka moves the band into more World Music. Combining authentic influences from Native American, Sámi and Finnish folk traditions, using a variety of folk music instruments, such as mandolin, kantele, fiddle, accordion and flute.
The first single of the album, "Vieras", was the first song in which Jonne Järvelä has used a musical instrument from the Baltic psaltery family - Finnish Kantele.
A video for the song "Pimeä On Oksan Taitto" has been released.
WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/d3Vc26A4vh0
The song is a mysterious journey in the troll-occupied fantasy world, and it's the theme song
of the upcoming Finnish fantasy/horror movie Backwood Madness (October 2017). The video,
same as the movie, is directed by Ari Savosen, and it includes clips from Backwood Madness.
*New single Kaiho (feat. Kärtsy Hatakka from Waltari) will be released 14th November 2018*