The Fernweh owe their origins to three friends, three musicians who wanted to fuse gritty elements of psychedelia with pastoral British folk.
It's taken three years for the project to complete their debut album, recorded in Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire and various attics in Liverpool.
The full release is incoming, with The Fernweh smuggling new cut 'Brightening' out of the studio and into our inbox.
It's a charming offbeat earworm, the sort of track only a true vagabond could unleash - a billowing, perpetually intriguing puzzle of a song, in other words.
The full video adds another layer to their quizzical conditions, with The Fernweh channelling a musty, early 70s sense of Britishness for an oblique travel film.
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