KORPIKLAANI Release Music Video For “Tuuleton”

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February 5th finally saw the release of Finnish Folk Metal Superstars KORPIKLAANI’s new album “Jylhä“! In celebration of the release of their 11th full-length the band have produced another gorgeous music video for the song “Tuuleton.” Watch the video for “Tuuleton” below.

Buy or listen to the full album here.

Here’s what front man Jonne has to say about the new album “Jylhä“: “This is the most versatile Korpiklaani album we have done. We have some of our hardest, heaviest & fastest songs ever and we have the happy & melancholic ones. It is funny how you can do so many different kinds of music, but when these guys play it with these instruments it always sounds like Korpiklaani.”

Jylhä” is available as:

  • CD Jewelcase
  • Gatefold 2LP (Black)
  • Gatefold 2LP (Green) (limited to 500)

PLEASE NOTE: The LP editions will be released on March 12th!

The meaning of “Tuuleton” (“The Windless”):A bird-themed story where Windless is an almost flightless bird. He groans when he flies, but it’s not good to be on the ground either. He mourns his inability to fly like the others and is bitter because he is not accepted by the others just because he’s different. Winter is coming and when the nightly frosts arrive it becomes increasingly difficult to survive in the cold ground.

Director’s word: “All of the music videos from the album “Jylhä” are made during the Covid-19 pandemic, and I wanted that to show somehow in this last story. Years have passed and the old man now lives in his hut with his grown-up daughter. Age starts to weigh, he feels feeble and dejected. On top of this he has caught some disease from one of his trips, and his time seems to be running out. The disease makes his mind wander, leading him to his deceased wife and her marshy grave, to landscapes already familiar from the “Leväluhta”-video. But will it be his time to go…?” (Markku Kirves)

“Jylha” album art


  • Director / Scriptwriter / Cinematographer / Editor: Markku Kirves
  • Light & grip: Italo Moncada
  • Assistant: Tomi Malin
  • Production house: Pajula Productions
  • Old man: Yrjänä Ermala
  • Daughter: Katri Järvelä
  • Wife (leväluhta memories): Mirja Oksanen

Film was shot at Huovilan puisto in Kärkölä in 2020.




06 JUN – Sama’Rock, FR
12 JUN – Z! Live Rock Fest, SP
13 JUN – Metal Frenz, DE
24 JUN – Nummirock, FI 
03 JUL – Tuska, FI
01 AUG – Skylar, FR
19 AUG – Rock Castle, CZ
03 SEP – Telakka, Helsinki, FI
04 SEP – Laukaanhovi, Laukaa, FI
10 SEP – Tullikamari Klubi, Tampere, FI
11 SEP – Möysän musaklubi, Lahti, FI


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