MY BROTHER THE WIND has just released an official video for the vast, slowly-building twelve-minute movement, Song Of Innocence, not only culled from their new album, but actually filmed directly in time with the recording of the track, showcasing the band’s ultra free-flow style of recording.
The Swedish quartet recorded their third studio full-length, Once There Was A Time When Time And Space Were One, at Drop Out Analogue in the snowy wilderness of Åmål, Sweden, engineered by Love Tholin, and recorded directly to two-inch tape on a circa 1969 sixteen-track Ampex in one day. However, MY BROTHER THE WIND’s organic sound is not captured simply through their recording practices and equipment, it all comes together naturally and progresses as a living being, completely improvised on the spot. The band’s friends Eleni Liverakou Eriksson and Per Karlsson were present during the recording session and captured some of the magic taking place, which was then edited by Patrik Roos, and now enters the public domain with the Song Of Innocence video.
View The Song Of Innocence video right now at The Obelisk.
Free Electric Sound – the instrumental music division of The Laser’s Edge – will release Once There Was A Time When Time And Space Were One worldwide on October 14th and a trailer documenting the album’s creation, the band performing both on stage and outdoors.
Source: Earsplit PR
Photo Credit: Andreas Lindelöw