ANE BRUN has announced details of a brand new single, ‘We Need A Mother‘, released by her label, Balloon Ranger Recordings. It’s the eight taste of her upcoming studio albums After The Great Storm (out 30 October) and How Beauty Holds The Hand Of Sorrow (27 November).
Streaming here now across all platforms: https://balloon-ranger.lnk.to/WNAM
Taken from After The Great Storm, ‘We Need A Mother’ is a result of Ane’s thoughts and frustrations about the state of the world that she carries with her in her daily life, but the song itself was directly inspired by a corporate business conference Brun attended.
“In the opening speech, the importance of climate action and sustainability was emphasised, but then they chose to end the night with enormous and loud fireworks, costing millions, exploding over the water”, explains Ane. “It reminded me of how we as individuals, businesses and societies so often practice double standards when it comes to our values and priorities, myself included; how hard it is to live a wholesome, sustainable life; and how we as grown-up humans can act like adolescents.
“It really seems like we need mature leaders to keep us on the right track. I remember feeling so frustrated, provoked and upset, and when I woke up the next day I wrote this song. It took me a few hours, and after I had finished, I felt relieved and calm. Music is definitely a way for me to channel what’s going on around me.”
As with many of the songs on Ane Brun’s upcoming albums, ATGS and HBHTHOB, ‘We Need A Mother’ feels so apt for the time we’re in right now, in 2020. “More than ever, we need authentic leaders. More than ever we need to stand together,” concludes Brun.
You can pre-order both albums here.
EUROPEAN TOUR POSTPONED / RESCHEDULED DATES FOR 2021
All previously purchased tickets will be valid for these rescheduled dates.
19.03 MALMÖ Live Konserthus
20.03 ÖREBRO Konserthuset
21.03 STOCKHOLM Cirkus
24.03 OSLO Sentrum Scene EXTRA
25.03 OSLO Sentrum Scene SOLD OUT
26.03 STAVANGER Konserthus-Zetlitz
27.03 BERGEN Grieghallen-Peer Gynt
08.04 UPPSALA UKK
09.04 TRONDHEIM Olavshallen
22.04 COPENHAGEN Store Vega
27.04 HELSINKI Savoy Teater
22.09 VÄSTERÅS Konserthuset
05.10 GLASGOW St Luke’s
06.10 MANCHESTER Academy 2
07.10 LONDON Shepherds Bush Empire
16.10 VIENNA WUK
19.10 OFFENBACH Capitol
20.10 MUNICH Technikum
21.10 ZURICH Rote Fabrik
22.10 BERN Bierhübeli
25 10 COLOGNE Carlswerk
26.10 BERLIN Metropol
02.11 HAMBURG Fabrik
03.11 THE HAGUE Paard
05.11 BRUSSELS Orangerie
06.11 PARIS Alhambra
07.11 AMSTERDAM Melkweg
09.11 NIJMEGEN Doornroosje
10.11 GRONINGEN Oosterport
23.11 DUBLIN Vicar St