Leah‘s new album, “Ancient Winter” is released on November 15th 2019. “Ancient Winter” is streaming in its entirety at below. Leah commented:
A lot of people don’t realize I have a Youtube channel. Every day I get comments on my channel “this singer should have way more subscribers than she does!” and I think people don’t realize I have a channel… well now you do!
If and when I publish more music videos… I’ll publish them there! Plus I love to add videos of my personal travel and adventures with my family….
I just uploaded a FULL album stream of “Ancient Winter” there… just remember to hit the subscribe button and ring the BELL!
“Ancient Winter” is one of the most anticipated holiday albums of the year. Written & performed by Celtic-Fantasy artist LEAH, you’ll be taken to another era as your soul is immersed in Medieval tapestries, Celtic instruments, and Worldly flavors of the Middle East. Most of all, LEAH‘s ethereal, yet earthy vocals will enchant you as you get lost in the music of another world.
The album is a hybrid of Celtic, fantasy, medieval and folk sounds, featuring a total of eight tracks, with five original pieces, and three covers of traditional songs.
Leah has also once again brought in many other musicians that will be making guest appearances such as: Troy Donockley (Nightwish) Anna Murphy (Cellar Darling) Shir-Ran Yinon (Eluveitie) Oliver Philipps (Everon, Phantasma) Rupert Gillett, with artwork from Jan Yrlund and mixing and mastering by Tom Mueller.
1. The Whole World Summons
2. Light of the World
3. Upon Your Destiny
5. The Messenger
7. Puer Natus
8. Noel Nouvelet
Leah states: The idea came to me in January of this year. A friend mentioned that I really should do a Christmas-type album, and since I had heard that request so many times, it really solidified the idea in my mind. And seeing that it was still January, there was time for me to pull this off. So, I went straight to work.
It’s very different from the past albums which were more of a symphonic metal style with a touch of Celtic, folk & fantasy.\
This is quite different! Many people requested I do a Christmas album, and while I do love Christmas I wanted to create something a little broader so everyone can enjoy it for longer than one month out of the year.
“Ancient Winter” definitely has a festive vibe, but I would describe it as very Celtic, Worldly, Folk, with a lot of Fantasy and Medieval vibes. There’s no metal to be found on this one, but I think you’ll find it’s not missing anything at all.