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Susanna streams Ebb And Flow

Susanna has released a stream of her track Ebb And Flow.

It’s lifted from the Jenny Hval collaborator’s 11th album entitled Triangle, due out on April 22 via SusannaSonata. She previously issued Burning Sea from the record.

Susanna says of the track: “I think we’re all under the spell of the moon. The old goddess pulls and pushes us, secretly steers us while we go about with our modern life. Thinking we’ve got it all under control, while we’re really under the influence of nature.

“This song describes the feeling of being held by the force of the moon.”

Triangle is available for pre-order and was recorded in Oslo and Los Angeles. It features Norwegian musicians Supersilent, Broen, Moskus, Splashgirl and Sudan Dudan, along with Americans Alison Chesley and Emmett Kelly.

Susanna has a handful of shows lined up, kicking off today (March 4) at Oslo’s by:Larm Festival.

Susanna Triangle tracklist

  1. Holy/Sacred
  2. We Don’t Belong
  3. Texture Within
  4. Fear & Terror
  5. Before The Altar
  6. Hole
  7. Shepherd
  8. Under Water
  9. This/ Phenomena
  10. For My Sins
  11. Burning Sea
  12. In The Need Of A Shepherd
  13. Born Again
  14. Triangle
  15. Pyramid
  16. Ebb And Flow
  17. Decomposing
  18. The Fire
  19. Sacred Revolution
  20. Purple
  21. Death Hanging
  22. In My Blood

Susanna tour dates

Mar 4: Oslo by:Larm Festival, Norway
Mar 07: Haugesund Billedgalleri, Norway
Mar 10: Randaberg Tungenes Fyr, Norway
Mar 16: Trondheim Musikkavdelingen, Norway
Mar 17: Ål Fryd Scene, Norway
Apr 19: London Cafe Oto, UK
Mar 20: Oslo Cafe Mono, Oslo, Norway

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