Home News Wardruna | New video of ‘Fehu’ with Ivar Bjørnson

Wardruna | New video of ‘Fehu’ with Ivar Bjørnson

by Thiago Marques
0 comment 2 minutes read

Wardruna released a new live video of Fehu, in yet another partnership between Einar Selvik and Ivar Bjørnson (Enslaved).

The song was originally featured on the second album by the Norwegian Nordic folk band, Runaljod – Yggdrasil (2013). The acoustic version is present in their fourth and most recent release, Skald (2018), which contains both new songs and acoustic versions of older compositions.

Skald was released on November 23, 2018 and recorded in the “live in studio” format. The album is available on CD and vinyl.


See also: Wardruna releases new music video: ‘Völuspá’

The duo Einar Selvik and Ivar Bjørnson have already released two folk and folk metal albums in collaboration, Skuggsjá(2016) and Hugsjá (2018). These projects were created to rescue the ideas, traditions and musical instruments from Norway’s past.

The video was recorded at the Moster Amfi theater in Norway. The performance is part of the Bergen International Festival 2018, a series of shows titled Nordvegen.

Lineup for the live performance

  • Einar Selvik  (Kravik Lyre, vocals)
  • Ivar Bjørnson (guitar, vocals)
  • Silje Solberg (Hardanger fiddle)
  • Håkon Vinje (piano, vocals)
  • Iver Sandøy (percussion, vocals)


Website | Facebook | Twitter |
Instagram | YouTube | Vimeo |
VK | Soundcloud | Spotify |


Wardruna Complete Discography |
Northern Echoes |
Einar Selvik |
Futhark |


Related posts