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Wardruna reveals a powerful ‘Rotlaust Tre Fell’ live video

by Thiago Marques
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Wardruna released a video of the song Rotlaust Tre Fell recorded in a powerful performance in Moscow.

The show was held on October 29, 2018 at Crocus City Hall, a famous concert venue of the Russian capital.

The song belongs to the band’s second album, Yggdrasil, which is part of the Runaljod trilogy. Wardruna has as permanent members the duo Einar Selvik and Lindy-Fay Hella, which can be seen on the video exhibiting all the power of their voices.


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Check also the translation of the lyrics below!

The Rootless Tree Falls

Come Easter,
Come dawning day,
Come, fathers and mothers of
High lineages,
Come roosters into the three worlds.

Come all-father Odin,
Come Frigg, my mother
Come, wise vanar
Come ancient thurses.
If the seeds are fruit,
Sing the song
That once gave life.Standing ash tree
Is called Yggdrasil.
Enthroned evergreen
Over Urd’s well

Hear me all
Sons of Heimdall!

Stand up from your sleep,
Give strength to the roots!
Sharpen the oldest
Of serpents that
Gnaw in the ground.

Three norns I bid,
that you shall spin life.
Three norns I bid,
that you shall twine life.
Three norns I bid,
that you shall bind life
… bind to the roots…

Æsir, norns,
wise vanirs,
thurse maidens,
yearning Valkyries,
Elves, dwarves,
Goddesses and witches.
High protectors
of Yggdrasil.

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Wardruna’s most recent album is titled Skald, recorded “live in the studio”. The release brings acoustic versions (or “skaldic”, in reference to the medieval poets of the Nordic countries) of some signature songs of the band. It also contains solo material by vocalist Einar Selvik. The album was released on CD, vinyl and digital formats.


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