The latest of long awaited follow up albums from Utsala was recored in the Danish countryside on a private manor during a long 2012 winter. It was said that theduo survived only on wild greens, berries, home made bread and goat cheese made in the local village. They demanded crates of wine from France and whiskey from Scotland to be delivered at midnight every two weeks and was collected by a blind footman. They used instruments they had made from broken furniture found in the attic to record this new album. Since they never go on tour no one from the public have heard this new album but it is rumored that the melodic tones tame wild animals.  







Photography by Michelle L. Morby