​Sólstafir release video for "Hula", filmed in site of pilgrimage in Lithuania

The Icelandic post-metallers Sólstafir released a new clip "Hula", shot on one of the tracks of their latest album "Berdreyminn".

The band tell Prog:

"When we were on the road in 2013, we came across this place called Hill Of Crosses in Lithuania. At the time, we just knew that we would have to shoot a video there one day.

"We developed a good working relationship with Vesa and Harri [Vesa Ranta Shoplink and Harri Haataja — Noizr] back in 2015 with the Miðaftann video, and since they are both living in Finland, it seemed a good idea to send them over with the boat from Finland with the camera and help us fulfil this dream of ours."

Haataja adds:

"This time we set out to do a video for Sólstafir outside of Iceland. Aðalbjörn Tryggvason had this beautiful location at Hill Of Crosses in mind and we thought that it would fit perfectly for this clip.

"We also found a couple of other great locations suitable for the story and aesthetic that we had in mind for our video."

In support of the album "Berdreyminn", released on May 26 via Season of Mist, Sólstafir will go on the European tour from next month. Part of the upcoming concerts will features Myrkur and Árstíðir.

See also: Sólstafir’s video "Silfur-Refur


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