December 7, 2009 12:35

Sigur Ros singer Jonsi announces debut solo album details

A world tour will follow the album's release in 2010

Sigur Ros singer Jonsi announces debut solo album details
Sigur Ros singer Jon Thor Birgisson has announced details of his first solo album, called 'Go'.

The album is due out on March 22 next year, released under the name Jonsi. Collaborators include Phillip Glass' protégé Nico Muhly.

Jonsi is giving away an MP3 of album track 'Boy Lilikoi' via his site now. He is also expected to tour the album across the world throughout next year.

The tracklisting for 'Go' is:

'Go Do'
'Animal Arithmetic'
'Boy Lilikoi'
'Sinking Friendships'
'Around Us'
'Grow Till Tall'

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