HEILUNG Announce Forthcoming Lifa Blu-Ray Release
February 26, 2020, 5 months ago
Filmed during a late summer night at Castlefest 2017 in The Netherlands, Lifa - Heilung Live at Castlefest captures Heilung's debut performance. This will be the first time that the mesmerizing footage is available worldwide as a stand-alone audio/visual (Blu-ray) piece. Lifa lays bare the power and majesty of the enigmatic Danish trio’s deep and enchanting live ritual for all to experience. The Blu-Ray will be released on April 24 via Season Of Mist and can be preordered at this location.
The digital stream of Lifa, which has over 4 million views to date, can be seen below:
Earlier this year, Heilung brought their mesmerizing live ritual to states and Canada for the first time ever, which sold out every venue within 72 hours of announcing. The collective were supporting their 2019 release, Futha, which debuted at #3 on the Billboard Heatseeker charts and #4 on the Billboard World Music Charts, placing on a total of seven Billboard charts within the first week of its release.
Heilung, will be working with UK-based gaming company, Ninja Theory, on the soundtrack for their upcoming game, "Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II". The announcement trailer for the new game, which just premiered at this year’s Game Awards, features Heilung's song, "In Maidjan", taken from their debut album, Ofnir. Watch the trailer below.
Speaking of the collaboration, Heilung comment, "It is with the uttermost joy and deepest respect that we can finally reveal: Heilung is collaborating with Ninja Theory on the soundtrack for 'Senua's Saga: Hellblade II.' From the very first meeting with co-founder & Chief Creative Ninja Tameem, Commercial Director Dominic, and Audio Lead David, we discovered that although we work on very different platforms, the core is very much alike. Both Heilung and Hellblade are deeply inspired by nature and history, and aim to alter your state of mind. We are looking very much forward to present this hybrid child, born from a meeting between ancient spirits and the technology of tomorrow."