Dream-folk group A. harlana, fronted by musician and filmmaker Juno Roome, has just released an artful long-form video for the song “Textile Workers.” The video, which premiered on The Big Takeover, was produced and directed by Juno Roome and Andrea Nappi, and features animation done completely by hand. “Idyllic scenes on the dunes of a beach give off a summery vibe as the music and vocals waft through the video,” said The Big Takeover about the video. “A wayward man, led by a scarlet fairy, is transported to a fantastical land,” said Roome about the inspiration behind the video.

Fans can watch the video for “Textile Workers” here.

“Textile Workers” is featured on the band’s recent EP, “ada belle.” This Summer the band plans on releasing a string of singles and accompanying music videos for each. In addition, the band have nationwide tour dates in the works.

Since the release of their most recent EP “Ada Belle” in January 2019, the band have secured some early critical praise. Chill Filtr called the band “[a] beautiful exposition of the power of connection through love,” while Girl Underground Music found the band “sensually poised with a confident gaze.”

To stay current on all things A. harlana, be sure to follow on Facebook, Instagram, and their official site.

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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