Twenty Seventeen (Live) Jonah Blacksmith

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Album-Release:
2017

HRA-Release:
01.12.2017

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  • 1A Song to the Sea (Jericho Beach)03:22
  • 2Daughter of Jonah (Smukfest)05:14
  • 3I Am King (Bygningen)05:09
  • 4Ghost (Tønder Festival)04:33
  • 5In Faded Lights (Kulturmaskinen)05:49
  • 6Downtown (Vancouver Skyline)04:07
  • 7Are You Okay? (Tønder Festival)04:32
  • 8Once You Love (Smukfest)03:52
  • 9Off the Track (Skovdalen)04:14
  • 10In The Middle of Nowhere (Tønder Festival)04:45
  • Total Runtime45:37

Info for Twenty Seventeen (Live)



The danish band Jonah Blacksmith counts brothers and founders Simon and Thomas Alstrup, who gathered four musicians and longtime friends back in 2011. The sonic landscape draws a fine line to the wilderness of the band members' childhood area in the north-west of Denmark, where the North Sea meets weathered forests and rough moorland scenery. The music is about roots and relations. It is about the joy of loving along with the fear of losing. The soundscape combines a melodic, wooden intimacy of vocals and hand played instruments with the great width of atmospheric energy, where the pedal-steel guitar brushes with melancholic yet warm colors. The dynamic range of the six-piece band is wide and goes from conversation-like passages to bombastic orchestral parts with walls of sound and energy.

Jonah Blacksmith



Jonah Blacksmith
The danish band Jonah Blacksmith counts brothers and founders Simon and Thomas Alstrup, who gathered four musicians and longtime friends back in 2011. The sonic landscape draws a fine line to the wilderness of the band members' childhood area in the north-west of Denmark, where the North Sea meets weathered forests and rough moorland scenery. The music is about roots and relations. It is about the joy of loving along with the fear of losing. The soundscape combines a melodic, wooden intimacy of vocals and hand played instruments with the great width of atmospheric energy, where the pedal-steel guitar brushes with melancholic yet warm colors. The dynamic range of the six-piece band is wide and goes from conversation-like passages to bombastic orchestral parts with walls of sound and energy.

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