Läuten der Seele returns with all new album in July: ‘Ertrunken Im Seichtesten Gewässer’
(Photo by Kira Krüger) Behind the mysterious name Läuten der Seele we find Christian Schoppik, half of the experimental dark folk duo Brannten Schnüre from Wurzburg (DE).
Today the World of Echo label has announced details of a new album from Läuten der Seele: “Ertrunken Im Seichtesten Gewässer”. The album is being presented as two long form pieces, and will be out on vinyl and digitally on 7 July 2023. The two tracks are “Molch, Pfütze, Schilf & Stein” and “Knochen, Mond, Buchstabe & Tropfen”.
“Ertrunken Im Seichtesten Gewässer” is the third Läuten der Seele album in two years and is a collage of samples, field recordings and various recorded instruments. Those familiar with Schoppik’s work, both as Läuten der Seele and with Brannten Schnüre, will recognise his sound and approach.
You can already listen to an extract and watch the video created by Läuten der Seele below.
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