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For almost 20 years, across six albums, celestial string swells and sweet, soothing post-rock have been the cornerstones of Sigur Rós’ sound. It’s a formula that’s seen them become Iceland’s…

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In which the Icelandic troupe return from their hiatus with a startling new brostep direction. Not really, just joking. Longtime fans will be delighted to hear that ‘Valtari’ eschews the…

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In a move that can only be described as quite interesting, Sigur Ros debuted their new tune in the closing minutes of a Vampire Diaries episode in which some people…

As incongruous sights go, it was up there with seeing Kasabian doing Swan Lake. In 2000, when the relatively unknown Sigur Rós played All Tomorrow’s Parties, I saw the four…

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Sigur Ros

Nearly nine years on from their breakthrough ‘Agætis Byrjun’ the band who re-imagined glacial rock are back. But do we still care? With a whole new generation re-fashioning post-rock’s dreamscapes…

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There is no argument. Sigur Rós make the greatest atmospheric music ever. So we at NME are all excited to see them return with this single released ahead of their…

They play fewer gigs than Jesus throws “coming home” parties, their last record had no song titles and Jónsi Birgisson could walk around with “I’m the singer in Sigur Rós”…

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