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|Studio album by|
|Recorded||2009 – 2012|
|Producer||Steve Parry, Mark Beazley|
|Hwyl Nofio chronology|
Dark is an album by experimental music group Hwyl Nofio, released in 2012. Dark explores a landscape steeped in Parry's own personal experience, inspired by walking through his home region of South Wales with a camera and field recorder in hand. Parry provides tangible evidence of this landscape in an accompanying book that introduces the listener to a world of chilling folk myths and the resonances of his own family histories, as well as timely references to the forgotten legacies of local artists/writers.
- "Black Rain"
- "Requiem for the Lost"
- "On the Black Hill"
- "The Swamp Where Alders Grow"
- "Herbert the Steelroller"
- "Old Crow"
- "Fairy Folk Funeral"
- "In That Moment"
- Steve Parry: Electric guitars, prepared violin, piano, harmonium, church organ, bass, percussion
- Mark Beazley: Bass, treatments
- Steve Parry:Art Direction/Photography
- Steve Parry:Composer
- "Review". Rock-A-Rolla. No. 41. p. 37.
- Mccaighy, Kevin (12 June 2013). "The Lay Of The Land: An Interview With Hwyl Nofio". The Quietus. Retrieved 16 March 2017.