Phronesis - Earth Songs

On their eighth album We Are All, Scandi-Brit jazz trio Phronesis continue to develop their shared musical language, while taking potshots at racist demagogues and looming eco-disaster, while seeking sanctuary in family and nature. Ahead of their headline appearance at the EFG London Jazz Festival, band members Jasper Høiby, Ivo Neame and Anton Eger tell Nick Hasted about the importance of clinging on to reason in an increasingly angry world

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