Husmo HAV - East in North
The Norwegian group, Husmo HAV have shared with us an inspiring and beautiful track titled, “East in North.”
Combining various elements of jazz, ambient and indie backdrops, “East in North” takes you on a journey where listeners get to experience a lush string arrangement and a hypnotic percussion section that is bound to be unforgettable. The song so easily blurs the line between genres but nonetheless feels like a cinematic moment in the making. This is the perfect track for your next adventure, whether it’s crossing town on the subway or a journey up north across rugged landscapes, don’t forget to bring, “East in North” along for the ride.
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