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Urze De Lume – Ventos Da Terra Fria

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Urze De Lume – Ventos Da Terra Fria
Label: Equilibrium Music – EQM049
Format: CD, Album, Digipack
Country: Portugal
Released: Apr 24, 2023
Style: Ambient, Neofolk

Focused on the traditional Portuguese imagery and inspired by the ancestry of primitive Iberian culture, “Ventos da Terra Fria” reignites the soundscapes that illustrate the territory, from its first human vestiges to the near extinct rural world of present times, where shamanism, paganism and the duality between the sacred and the profane have become little more than a time-worn vision.

Drawing from a palette of multiple traditional instruments, and borrowing from select field recordings, URZE DE LUME have built a unique cinematic piece that transforms Folk and World Music into living memory and lore. It recreates vistas of mist crawling down mountain slopes as thunderstorms crackle across the horizon, but also scenes of harvest, grazing and celebration, revisiting times and places where man slowly carved his imprint as he himself became part of his surroundings.

“Ventos da Terra Fria” is available not only on Digipak CD, but this time also on vinyl, for the first time in the band's history. The running order and mastering have been adjusted for each of the formats, offering two unique renditions of the album. The vinyl version is available in three different color variants (black, clear or smoke vinyl), in a total of 250 handnumbered copies. These come in textured cardstock covers, black poly lined innersleeves and protective outer sleeves, and are complete with a download code (which includes the track “Bramas, pt. II”).

Music by Ricardo Brito, except "Bramas pt. I" by Ricardo Brito, Hugo Araújo, Gonçalo do Carmo and Tiago Araújo
Recorded and Mixed by Ricardo Brito at Arnade Studio between 2020 and 2021
Mastered by André Eusébio em Lemon Drops Media
Photos by Ricardo Brito (Frecha da Mizarela, 2001)
Artwork by João Monteiro

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