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Pomperipossa - Anna von Hausswolff - The Miraculous

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  1. Aramuro
    Anna Von Hausswolff est une musicienne suédoise née en àn Göteborg. Elle écrit, chante et joue du pianio ainsi que de l'orgue. Elle écrit, chante et joue du pianio ainsi que de l'orgue. En , elle sort son premier album, Singing From The Grave, plutôt bien reçu par la presse suédoise et ouvre pour quelques concerts de Lykke Li/5(7).
  2. Akinolkree
    Features Song Lyrics for Anna von Hausswolff's The Miraculous album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  3. Shat
    With a show at the Royal Festival Hall this Friday August 21st as part of Meltdown, Anna von Hausswolff today announces the follow up to ’s highly acclaimed organ-led “funeral pop” album ‘Ceremony’. Entitled ‘The Miraculous’, her new record is set for release on Friday 13th November, via City Slang.
  4. Daigul
    Anna von Hausswolff has spent the majority of time since the release of her last album “CEREMONY” touring the world and playing special shows in very special settings such as the Lincoln Cathedral, in England’s East Midlands or the Town Hall during the Sydney Festival as well as headline tours, including China, and opening for bands such /5(8).
  5. Ararn
    Aug 24,  · The Miraculous is not Anna von Hausswolff's best work: it's not as intriguing as her previous two, but that doesn't take away from the fact that it is a great album. Really, my biggest problem with this is that it didn't keep me as invested as it's predecessors%(10).
  6. Mazil
    Dead Magic by Anna von Hausswolff, released 02 March 1. The Truth, The Glow, The Fall 2. The Mysterious Vanishing of Electra 3. Ugly And Vengeful 4. The Marble Eye 5. Källans återuppståndelse “Dear listeners. This is the first track from my new album, Dead Magic! Me, my band and Randall Dunn spent 9 days in Copenhagen recording this record.
  7. Kazrazshura
    With The Miraculous, Swedish singer, songwriter, and keyboardist Anna von Hausswolff has delivered an album as different from 's celebrated Ceremony as that was from 's Singing from the Grave. On Ceremony, Hausswolff discovered the sonic possibilities of the cathedral organ. Her four-octave vocal range rose above compositions that wove classically tinged Gothic art pop and skeletal post-rock 8/

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