"On the new album Silmät sulkaset, the band gently conjures up mildly otherworldly tunes with a peaceful air and feathered eyes. What was once free pop played by two is now free folk played by seven. The language of the songs has reverted back to Finnish, and the human voices rest on a warm texture of sounds from an array of acoustic and electronic instruments. Carefully arranged songs alternate with those improvised on the spot, all bearing the mark of a handcrafted article. Much has happened since Kiila's 2001 album Heartcore. The band spent nearly two years feeling for a direction and, once confident enough, completed Silmät sulkaset in less than a year." (label info)
in stock | FI| 2005| FONAL | 13.90

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