Fieh is an 8-piece outfit from Norway. Not too long ago, they released a lovely debut album, entitled, “Cold Water Burning Skin”, via Decca Records.
The ten-track project takes listeners on a wonderful odyssey that provides a full picture of who Fieh is as a band.
Fieh – “25” music video
The Jack A Bowden-directed audiovisual explores satirical and off-the-wall themes. Also, the works of Wes Anderson and Quentin Tarantino has heavy influence on the video visual style.
‘25’, one of several standout tracks on the album (e.g., Chop Suey, Flower, etc.), possesses a groove created by musicians who truly understand each another.
The likable tune features lead singer Sofie Tollefsbøl’s captivating vocals. Also, it combines a complex mix of influences, all coming together to create Fieh’s distinctive sound.
Fieh is a name you should remember.
The band consists of gifted instrumentalists who hark back to the age of smoky clubs, passionate fans, and musicians who live and breathe their craft.
Sofie Tollefsbøl, a 22-year-old singer and multi-instrumentalist, founded the group. At first, it was only her and her classmates Ola Øverby (drums) and Andreas Rukan (bass).
Alongside the original trio, there’s Jørgen Kasbo (guitar), Edvard Synnes (keys), and Lyder Øvreås Røed (horns, trumpet). Also, Thea Arnesdotter Lien (backing vocals) and Solveig Wang (backing vocals, moog).
Fieh is a formidable band in terms of their sound, but also in numbers, boasting an 8 member line-up.
Together they push boundaries by being a modernistic and soulful act with legitimately traditional roots planted deeply in jazz.
The squad originally bonded over D’Angelo & Erykah Badu. These influences can be heard on their “Cold Water Burning Skin” album.
Stream “Cold Water Burning Skin” via Apple Music
“Cold Water Burning Skin’ finds a group of friends pouring their heart and soul into a project they truly believe in.”
We recommend adding Fieh’s “Cold Water Burning Skin” album to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.