"Farväl Falkenberg" could be the soundtrack to rural anywhere, but it’s not.
The album from Stockholm-based composer, Erik Enocksson, has all the ingredients of eerie, woodland-influenced sounds (see: chiming bells, heavy organ use, perpetual dusk) as well as enough ethereal vocals to bring rustic porch culture to anyone’s mind. That being said, it is also an album with an undeniable sense of “home”.
Released by Kning Disk, a Göteborg, Sweden based label which specializes in limited edition releases… read more
|Track number||Play||Loved||Track name||Buy||Duration||Listeners|
|1||The Joy of D.H. Lawrence||4:20||18,739 listeners|
|2||Dusk Settles In||2:03||5,029 listeners|
|3||The Breaking of Waves||4:33||5,523 listeners|
|4||The Nylon Waltz||2:53||4,695 listeners|
|5||What Drove Her Shivering Into the Cold, Cold Sea||4:25||4,327 listeners|
|6||The State the Sea Left Me In||4:12||6,276 listeners|
|7||Thru Thick Night||2:57||4,346 listeners|
|8||With Its Dark Tail Curled 'round the Garage, Part 1||2:08||184 listeners|
|9||Play on youtube||The Sea Waltz||4:34||4,330 listeners|
|10||The lingering procession||3:56||4,327 listeners|