Eilera releases music video for new single “Aquarius”

Eilera Aquarius single cover
Eilera released a new single and music video for “Aquarius”. The track is taken from the upcoming fifth studio album “Waves”, which is set to be released on March 6th, 2020, via Inverse Records. 

Watch the music video for “Aquarius” below. Stream & download the new single on SpotifyDeezerTidal and Apple Music

Eilera comments:
“"Aquarius" is a song sung from the top of a cliff of Normandie, France. It starts with the words "I know a man who loves big waves...", referring to the male character from the previous track in the album and echoing to his thoughts. "Aquarius" belongs to the ancestral tradition of the nordic Folk songs. Its sound production though is modern, making this song a Folk song of the modern times.
The narrator of the story carries a soul of Aquarius. Her soul echoes with another soul: that of the male character of the song. Those two souls will never succeed in meeting fully. They are forever separated by the paths of life the two characters have followed. The emotion in the narrator’s soul is carried by the words, the voice and the guitars. It evolves from the lightness of hope, to the sadness of realisation and finally, to resignation. The passion in her explodes in the waves that brake against the rocks”.
Pre-order “Waves” here.

01. Andada
02. Aquarius
03. Sea Widow
04. Soulmates
05. She Makes Waves
06. Roll with the Waves
07. Rebellious Town
08. Shades of Blue
09. Une Vague
10. Lili
11. La Quest
Album cover art by Emilie Potin Suau & David Letelier.

Eilera has a metal music background. She has been among the French pioneer composers to bring elements of Pop music, electronic and Celtic folk music inside the Heavy-Rock genre.

Eilera - Vocals and programming
Roni Seppänen (Wheel) - Guitars
Loïc Tézénas (ex-Chrysalis and early Eilera years) - Guitars
Dominique Dijoux (Chrysalis) - Piano, Rhodes and synths
Toni Paananen - Drums and percussions
Ze Javier - Acoustic guitar
Sami Hinkka (Ensiferum) - Bass
Juho Martikainen (Puer, At the Hollow - Genelec) - Contrabass
Pereg ar Bagol (Skiltron) - Bagpipes, diatonic accordion and backing vocals