"Heiwehland" is Frakmundt's second full-length album and was originally released in 2011.
Once again, the Swiss "Ur-Folk" group addresses local lore, historical events and the feeling of homesickness.
For this album, musical support for Frakmundt came from Eluveitie-members Chrigel Glanzmann (vocals) and Merlin Sutter (drums).
This new version on Auerbach Tontrager is enhanced by exhaustive liner notes and the cover of a song by Knoxville Girl as a bonus track.
2. Chomm Domini, S'Esch Zyt!
4. Die Arme Seele Em Ys
5. Ha An Em Ort Es Bluemli Gseh
7. Chueh Metem Holderechnoche
9. Harz Mys Harz
14.Aues Esch Anderscht
16.Senged, Suufed, Tanzed Woud!
17.S'Thuot das Anneli Nomm Uufstoh (bonus track)