Finland’s Typeface Releases “Time”

Photo by Eetu Raitanen
Photo by Eetu Raitanen

It’s been a few months since we’ve heard from Typeface.  Earlier this year, the trio was getting a lot of attention from media and fans with their singles, “We Might Fall Asleep” and “A Little God”, collectively earning over 65,000 plays on Spotify.

After a few months of gigs, the band signed with Rebel Cell Entertainment and re-emerged as a quartet with a great new single entitled “Time”.  Shot at an old tar factory, the video for the emotional track captured the song’s haunting atmospheric vibe. “We wanted to create a strong video for the single and in my opinion we succeeded. The stark environment of the factory in itself was such a desolate and lonely place, that it fitted the concept perfectly”, says Otto Piirilä, the band’s vocalist.

Typeface is currently on a single release tour with Sakia from Seinäjoki, Finland. Check out the video below and keep an eye on these guys. They’re going places.

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