OSI AND THE JUPITER premiere new track at InvisibleOranges.com Monday August 9 2021, 6:08 PM
OSI AND THE JUPITER premiere new track at InvisibleOranges.com

Today, Appalachian neofolk stalwarts  Osi and the Jupiter  premiere the new track   "In Death (Carry Me Home)"   at heavily trafficked web-portal   InvisibleOranges.com . Featuring Michal Krawczuk of By The Spirits,   the track is the second to be revealed   from the band's highly anticipated fourth album,  Stave , set for international release on August 27th via  Eisenwald . Hear   Osi and the Jupiter 's "In Death (Carry Me Home)" in its entirety exclusively   HERE .

On their fourth full-length,  Stave ,   Osi and the Jupiter  provide listeners with a unique journey through the delicate sounds of what may have been believed to be long lost, allowing for a truly immersive experience that is informed by the innate mysticism still dwelling beneath the surface of their native Appalachian region of eastern Ohio.
The sounds explored on  Stave  seem simultaneously comforting and harrowing, as they confront listeners with a sonic palette they may at first consider foreign and detached from the comforts of the modern world. Upon allowing oneself to delve fully into these sounds, however, listeners will inevitably come to realize that  Stave  provides access to a realm modern man may have forgotten, but that nevertheless lurks all around us for those willing to open their minds and ears. As such, the occasional vocalizations of Sean Kratz (vocals, guitars, synths) serve as an earnest expression of respite, accompanied by gently strummed acoustic guitar and atmospherics.



However,  Stave  showcases   Osi and the Jupiter 's expanding and increasingly ambitious artistic expression, as they have managed to fuse the elements of their sound that listeners have become accustomed to since the project's inception in 2015 with diverse, expansive sonic depth, provided by carefully crafted synth work and further acoustic instrumentation. These elements are held together by Kakophonix's somber cello performance and the highly expressive string work throughout the album, which regularly serve as the foundation upon which the more expansive elements are built.
Throughout  Stave , stark rhythmic pulses provided by deep percussion and accentuated strumming patterns serve as a form of ancient pulse that grips the listener and draws him or her further into   Osi and the Jupiter 's world.
In essence, this album serves as a soundtrack to times long forgotten and a form of spirituality that transcends conventional modern religion, allowing the listener to be transported to a realm they may have never been aware of, but that is nevertheless immediate and engrossing. The custom artwork for  Stave  serves as the ideal visual component for the audio journey   Osi and the Jupiter  have created.
Stave  was recorded in Odinic Studios by   Osi and the Jupiter , while Greg Chandler of Priory Recording Studios provided a gentle hand in some audio mixing and performed mastering duties.  Stave  will be released as a vinyl LP and MC, in limited editions of colors, as a limited deluxe DigiCD as well as on various digital and streaming services.

In the meantime, hear the brand-new track "In Death (Carry Me Home)" - featuring Michal Krawczuk of By The Spirits - in its entirety exclusively   HERE , courtesy of InvisibleOranges.com. Also see & hear the previously revealed video for "Folk of the Woods"   HERE   at   Eisenwald 's official YouTube channel. Cover artwork, courtesy of Natalia Nowacka / Extinct Sacrif, and tracklisting   are as follows:

Tracklisting for Osi and the Jupiter's Stave
1. To Reap What Has Sown
2. Stave
3. Cosmic Creation Through Primordial Void
4. Folk Of The Woods
5. Wights - Feat. Anilah
6. Old Ways
7. Inner Flame
8. Mountain Shamanism
9. In Death (Carry Me Home) - feat. Michal Krawczuk of By The Spirits
10. Eihwaz (The Beating Heart of Yew)
11. Appalachia
12. Nights in White Satin (Moody Blues cover)





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