Korpiklaani releases new music video for “Harhainen höyhen”

Author Lucia Bellapianta - 7.6.2024

The Finnish Folk Metal Band Korpiklaani released a new video for their song “Harhainen höyhden”, featured on their new album “Rankarumpu”. This music video was directed by Miika Hakala.

This song, which is the last of the album, is a bit different in tone from the rest of the album as it leans more towards a melancholic side. The lyrics speak about mental health issues, as Jonne Järvelä, vocalist and guitarist of Korpiklaani, says.

“”Harhainen höyhen” is a song that deals with mental health problems and how a person can think they are weak and be susceptible to problems, as the weakest and poorest feather. Then you can hear bad things in your head which at worst can lead to committing suicide. I myself have been in a situation where I heard a voice in my head that said that my clock had rung a long time ago and that I could leave this world. But then I realized that my time wasn’t even remotely over yet … anyway this song is for all of us out there with mental health issue.”

Jonne Järvelä, vocalist and guitarist of Korpiklaani

Korpiklaani live shows:

Festivals 2024:

16. June           DE    Merseburg – Merseburger Schlossfestspiele
21. June           CH   Grenchen – Summerside Festival
29. June           FR    Clisson  –  Hellfest
05. July             ES    Barcelona – Barcelona Rock Fest
12. July            FR    Laundresse  –  La Guerre Du Son
14. July            NL    Helmond – Pirate Metal Party
03. August         IT     Bergamo – Metal For Emergency
09. August         FR    Cercoux  –  Festival 666
10. August       UK    Walton on Trent   –  Bloodstock Open Air
11. August       BE    Kortrijk  –  Alcatraz Festival
14-17. August DE    Dinkelsbühl  –  Summer Breeze
16. August       CZ    Zámek Moravský Krumlov  –  Rock Castle
24. August       PT    Pindelo dos Milagres  –  Milagre Metaleiro Open Air
28-31. August HU   Alsóörs – Tabor Festival
06. September FR    Mennecy – Mennecy Metal Fest
07. September  FR    Raismes – Raismes Fest
09. November FI     Lahti – Mösso XXL Metalli

European Winter Tour 2024 with Extremo and Rauhbein:

15. November DE    Saarbrücken   – Garage
16. November CH  Pratteln  –  Z7
22. November DE    Rostock  –  Moya
29. November DE    Berlin  –  Columbiahalle
30. November DE    Bremen  –  Pier 2
06. December   DE    Nürnberg  –  KIA Metropol Arena
07. December   AT    Wien  –  Gasometer
12. December DE    Bielefeld  –  Lokschuppen
13. December DE    Hannover  –  Swiss Life Hall
14. December DE    Dresden  –  Alter Schlachthof
20. December DE    Leipzig  –  Haus Auensee
21. December DE    Stuttgart   –  Porsche Arena
27. December DE    München  –  Zenith
28. December DE    Wiesbaden  –  Schlachthof
29. December DE    Erfurt  –  Messehalle
30. December DE    Köln  –  Palladium