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Susanna launches animated video for new single Wilderness

Susanna and Brotherhood Of Our Lady (Image credit: Signe Fuglesteg Luksengard)

Norwegian artist Susanna has released an animated video for her new single Wilderness exclusively with Prog.

The song has been taken from the vocalist’s latest album Garden Of Earthly Delights, which was recorded with her new band Brotherhood Of Our Lady.

It launched on February 22 through SusannaSonata.

Speaking about the video which was created by Lori Damiano, Susanna tells Prog: “I have wanted to make an animated video to my music for a long time, but it was about looking for the right person and opportunity to do so. 

“I discovered the work of Lori Damiano through Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy’s music – she has made artwork for several of his releases. 

“My album is inspired by the Dutch 14th century artist Hieronymus Bosch and his vivid, surreal and colourful world. The video for Wilderness is a gorgeous fairytale based on my song and Bosch’s art – with colours, animals, spirits, different creatures and humour. 

“I am so excited to show you this beautiful video by Lori Damiano.”

Susanna has several live shows planned over the coming weeks and months. Find a full list below.

Susanna 2019 tour dates
Apr 27: Bremen Jazzahead! Club Night, Germany
May 26: Bergen Nattjazz, Norway - Go Dig My Grave performance
May 30: Bergen Nattjazz, Norway - Joni Mitchell Tribute
Jun 01: Trondheim Moskus, Norway - Susanna & David Wallumrød
Jun 25: Risør Kammer Musikk Festival, Norway
Jul 03: Kongsberg Jazz Festival, Norway - Joni Mitchell Tribute
Jul 20: Molde Moldejazz, Norway - Go Dig My Grave performance
Aug 14: Oslo Jazz Festival, Norway - Susanna & the Brotherhood Of Our Lady

Susanna & Brotherhood Of Our Lady: Garden Of Earthly Delights (opens in new tab)
Susanna returns with a new album and a new band –  Brotherhood Of Our Lady. The record has been inspired by Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch and features the single Wilderness.

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