ELFENSJóN has set free its new music video WIEGENLIED, featuring the most powerful song found on the latest album EPHEMERA.

Guesting on vocals is YURiCa, also known as Hanatan, with her wistful and fierce voice that immediately sets the scene. The intense guitars and bass played by guest musicians Myu (from Imy) and kakeyan, respectively, help the song stay climactic from start to finish.

Of course, the piece as a whole wouldn’t be possible without the two primary members of the ELFENSJóN circle (group), that is composer and arranger Keisuke Kurose, and illustrator Ishizue Kachiru who provided the amazing art for the music video.

With all the pieces together, it creates something that can almost be described as elegant, dystopic, and gothic—or in short, dark fantasy. But that’s just our opinion, let us know if you agree in the comments section below!

[EPHEMERA] is another story of the brother and sister that takes over the world of “ASH OF ROUGE“.

ELFENSJóN『WIEGENLIED』Music Video (Full Size)

ELFENSJóN’s fourth album EPHEMERA was released on December 24, 2021, and includes eight completely new tracks. You will find WIEGENLIED lined up as the album opener.


About ELFENSJóN

The German word “Elf” means “eleven” (10+1, “the last one”), and Sjón means “vision”. Together it forms ELFENSJóN: “The last and another vision”.

ELFENSJóN is a contemporary production group formed at the end of 2018, centering around compositions and arrangements by Keisuke Kurose, and artwork by Ishizue Kachiru. The purpose of the group is to build a new worldview based on the music and illustrations that heed to “dark fantasy”.

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CD
  1. WIEGENLIED
  2. 奈落の魔女
  3. HRAFNTINNA
  4. FALLEN
  5. UNDEAD SIN
  6. 暁を葬れば
  7. 烙印の名は赫く
CD
  1. WIEGENLIED
  2. 奈落の魔女
  3. HRAFNTINNA
  4. FALLEN
  5. UNDEAD SIN
  6. 暁を葬れば
  7. 烙印の名は赫く
Goods
  • Special storage case
  • A5 size official artbook (30 pages)
  • Key chain
  • Pins
ELFENSJóN:
Twitter Kurose Keisuke
Twitter Ishizue Kachiru
YURiCa/Hanatan:
Twitter YURiCa/Hanatan