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Having just finished a second run performing in Alexander Ekman’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream for The Royal Swedish Ballet, Anna von Hausswolff is gearing up for an extensive European tour with SWANS. (Dates listed here.) In conjunction with the tour, she has just shared a new video for the remarkable 11-minute doomscape opus "Come Wander With Me/Deliverance," directed by Anna’s sister, Maria von Hausswolff.
Taken from 2015’s highly acclaimed album The Miraculous, "Come Wander With Me/Deliverance" is a track of gargantuan scale and power. Originating as a cover of Jeff Alexander & Anthony Wilson’s track from The Twilight Zone, the song grew bigger with every live performance, eventually forming a second song, "Deliverance." The result is a driving crusade of colossal scale.
Maria von Hausswolff gives the track even further weight with this new accompanying film, which she describes as: “An abstract dreamy tale about loneliness, about fighting against your own demons and about being strong; shot deep inside a Swedish forest.”

Written by Gerald Hammill — September 28, 2016

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