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White Willow

Formed: 1995
From: Norway
Last Known Status: Active


White Willow is a Norwegian art rock band, mixing elements of orchestral pop, 70's progressive rock, jazz-rock and even electronic elements. They have released 5 albums so far: 1995's Ignis Fatuus, which features symphonic folk rock in the vein of early King Crimson and Genesis as well as Mellow Candle; 1998's Ex Tenebris, which is minimalist prog/post-rock; 2000's Sacrament, a full-blown symphonic rock/pop release; 2004's Storm Season, the band's best-selling record to date, mixing darker, more guitar-heavy elements into their sound, and their fifth studio album, Signal to Noise, which was released in August 2006. According to their website (as of July 2011), their new album Terminal Twilight is set to be released on October 17th 2011.

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White Willow - "Future Hopes"


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White Willow - "Terminal Twilight"


"Art rock that's like 'the snow that falls tomorrow, like a blanket, pure and white,' as the lyrics go."

Rated 3.5 out of 5 skulls

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