Two years in the making, Henryspenncer released Saturn in 2013. A dense album, torn between cosmos, desert and concrete; both narrative and abstract, gloomy and luminous, the psych/folk/drone mix of Henryspenncer’s Saturn is simply incredible.
French guitarist Valentin Féron founded Henryspenncer in 2008 after being involved in films scores, electro industrial and hardcore bands.
His music is deeply marked by Northern Scotland and all other forms of wild and steep landscapes, as well as artists like Grails, Six Organs of Admittance, Swans, Pink Floyd and various heavy / noise / metal bands
Since “The Shelter Days”, his first self-released album in 2009, Henryspenncer’s music has aimed to embody distant imaginary deserts in a confrontation of different music styles (psychedelic, folk, metal, ambient).
Since 2014, Henryspenncer stopped being a one man project and became a full band, opened to new territories and to a more decibels orientated music.