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IONOPHORE - New Video Premiered Online

In just a week, on 26th February, the dark cinematic ambient trio Ionophore will release their entrancing fourth album, Knells. Preceding the record's official unveiling, the band presents a video for the track "Take Its Course". With its members hailing from both Oakland, California (USA) and London (UK), Ionophore is the project of multi-instrumentalists Leila Abdul-Rauf (Vastum, Fyrhtu, Terebellum), Janek Hendrich (Qepe, Not Quite So, Betterthief), and Ryan Honaker (Souls And Cities, Betterthief).

Formed in 2012, the trio continues to weave their trademark cinematic dark electronics and organic elements, melding the orchestral strings of Honaker with the horns and voice of Abdul-Rauf, embellished with the electronic flourishes of Hendrich. Knells is the lush follow-up to Ionophore's well-received 2018-released Whetter. The record sees the group exploring a more introspective, neoclassical sound, pondering a weightless feeling of late-night stillness and ambience. The new video for "Take Its Course" was created by Ionophore's Janek Hendrich. "Take Its Course" sets the introspective, cinematic mood that builds throughout Knells. Listen and watch the video in the player below. Link