"some music was meant to stay underground..."

Amorphis Posts "Her Alone" Live Song Featuring Anneke Van Giersbergen

Amorphis recently played special "An Evening With Friends" shows in Helsinki, which will be part of the impending "Under The Red Cloud" tour edition featuring the original album along with bonus tracks and live material from the Helsinki shows.

Today, the band unveils the first video to one of these live tracks. Check out "Her Alone" featuring Anneke van Giersbergen below.

Anneke states: "I was honored and stoked that Amorphis asked me to perform with them at this special event. I have been listening to their latest album 'Under The Red Cloud' non stop since it came out so you can imagine I said yes to the occasion wholeheartedly! Tomi is such an awesome singer and performer and I felt right at home singing with him. He and the band gave me full creative freedom to make their songs my own and do them justice with my vocal contribution."

"'Evening with friends' was a very unique show that left warm feelings to all us who experienced it from and off the stage," continues guitarist Esa Holopainen. "We really wanted to have artists performing who’s music and talent touches us. So when Anneke was in Finland playing her previous acoustic show couple months earlier we asked from her if she’s interested to perform with us. At the end of the day it was a bit versus vice, I played couple songs with her at acoustic show in Helsinki that took place same weekend with Amorphis event. When you hear her voice you recognize immediately that it’s Anneke. There are not many such talented singers around so we were really privileged to have her on board. 'Her Alone' is a track from the 'Silent Waters' album that is very dramatic and big song. When Tomi and Anneke shares the vocals it really made the song to another level."

What's Next?

Please share this article if you found it interesting.


0 Comments on "Amorphis Posts 'Her Alone' Live Track"

Be the first to comment! Tell us what you think. (no login required)

To minimize comment spam/abuse, you cannot post comments on articles over a month old. Please check the sidebar to the right or the related band pages for recent related news articles.