Wardruna premier new video for Raido

I know.. there’s already been a video roundup, but it’s Wardruna.

Two weeks reamin until Wardruna release their long awaited third album Runaljod-Ragnarok. Today, the band has released the music video for the song “Raido”.

Directed and produced by Finnish photographer Tuukka Koski and his team at Koski Syväri, the video was shot amidst the stunning scenery of Sandhornøya in northern Norway. Comments Einar Selvik on the song and video: 

“Raido” is the reconstructed name of the proto-Norse R-rune and is presumed to signify “riding” or “journey”. The concept of both song and video draws inspiration from old runic poetry where one can for instance read how the horse is said to bring “comfort to the restless” and how the journey is swift for the sitting and toilsome for the horse. It has truly been a blessing and honour to work on this with top-level people such as Tuukka Koski and his team, a fantastic horse such as Balder, all in a stunningly beautiful place full of helpful people (and absurd amounts of Moose I might add). I can only hope that the positive synergy-effect I believe all of the involved felt in making the film, comes through in the final result. I for one am very proud of it.

You can check out the video below and you can also order the new album in various formats here: CDVinyl, Wooden Box,Clothing and other bundles

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