Mount Eerie shares video for heartbreaking new song “Ravens” — watch

Phil Elverum mediates on the loss of his wife in this track from A Crow Looked at Me


    Featured photo by Geneviève Elverum

    A Crow Looked at Methe new album from Mount Eerie, is without a doubt going to be the most tragic release of 2017. Phil Elverum wrote the record in the wake of the death of his wife, Geneviève Castrée. The result is a heartbreakingly personal account of true loss, as heard on lead single “Real Death” and highlighted again on new track “Ravens”.

    Over meditative guitar and softly thumping percussive heartbeats, Elverum recounts the month following his wife’s passing. Every single line is painfully affecting, but perhaps none as tangibly so as, “I watched you die in this room, then I gave your clothes away/ I’m sorry, I had to/ And now I’ll move/ I will move with our daughter.” It’s gorgeous for all its pain, and you can listen via the above video, composed of footage Elverum and Castrée shot in the months before her death.

    A Crow Looked At Me is out March 24th via P.W. Elverum & Sun.

    A Crow Looked At Me Tracklist:
    01. Real Death
    02. Seaweed
    03. Ravens
    04. Forest Fire
    05. Swims
    06. My Chasm
    07. When I Take Out The Garbage At Night
    08. Emptiness pt. 2
    09. Toothbrush/Trash
    10. Soria Moria
    11. Crow


    Elverum has also announced the first tour behind A Crow Looked at Me.

    Mount Eerie 2017 Tour Dates:
    04/04 – Eugene, OR @ WOW Hall
    04/06 – Big Sur, CA @ Henry Miller Library
    04/09 – Santa Ana, CA @ When We Were Young Fest
    04/10 – San Diego, CA @ Irenic
    04/11 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever
    04/14 – Oakland, CA @ Starline Social Club
    04/17 – Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios
    04/18 – Olympia, WA @ Obsidian
    04/12-14 – Arcosanti, AZ @ FORM Arcosanti

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