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Ólafur Arnalds


Röyksopp & Robyn to release ‘Do It Again’ 11th April, 2014 This 5 track mini-album is the accumulation and embodiment of the synergy between Robyn and ourselves. We've intended this to be a diverse yet cohesive… More New tour trailer video
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as 2 years of touring across two album draws to a close, we thought it was as good a time as any to look back at some of the things that have happened in this busiest period of sigur ros’s life. maybe it was foolhardy in retrospect, but never before have sigur ros broken the 3-year album cycle, to release one album (valtari) in the summer of 2012, and another (kveikur) in the summer of 2013. we thank you for your indulgence and trust you’ve been enjoying both records for equal but different reasons. of course, there were extentuating circumstances. valtari turned out to be the last album the band would make with departing keyboard player kjartan sveinsson. an elegaic collection befitting a farewell to a friend, it nevertheless gave the impetus to create a polar-opposite follow up, one that swapped oblique reflection for direct power (a reductive, but essentially accurate précis).
Superfamily is a Norwegian pop rock band from Moss, Norway.[1] The band is composed of Steven Ray Wilson (lead vocals), Kim Granholt (keytar, synthesizer), Martin Steffensen (guitar), and Richard Lorentz (drums). Anders Nielsen, Terje Krumins and Håkon Moe provide backing vocals as "choirboys". Superfamily debuted with an EP in 2004, called Champagne EP.[2] Prior to the release, the band received rotation on NRK P3 and Radio Tango.[3] The band achieved mainstream popularity with the release of their second album, Warszawa, in 2007. Superfamily Superfamily