Airut:aamujen is the fourth full-length album of the Tenhi and the second part in their Airut-saga. The album was initially released in 2004 through the band's own label, Utustudio, under the name Harmaa instead of Tenhi. In October 2006 the album was re-released under the name Tenhi through the German label Prophecy Productions
Airut:aamujen ("The Harbinger of Mornings" in Finnish) differs from other Tenhi albums by being nearly entirely played on merely piano, bass and drums (acoustic guitar and synthesizer make only brief and subtle appearances and are not even mentioned in the booklet). The band has stated that the song Kielo on Tenhi's minialbum Airut:ciwi (the first part of the Airut-saga) was the basis for the mood and style of Airut:aamujen.
The songs are sung in Finnish but each song has an English version printed in the booklet. The versions are not direct translations (here indicated inside parentheses, if necessary).
Compositions, lyrics, arrangements, cover artwork, recording, producing and mixing credited collectively to the band.