Sigur Ros contribute to new edition of ‘Prince Of Persia’ game

Check out the trailer for new game on NME.COM

A Sigur Ros song has been used in the trailer for the forthcoming new edition of classic computer game ‘Prince Of Persia’.

The Icelandic band’s track ‘Saeglopur’, taken from their 2005 album ‘Takk…’, is used in the new trailer for the action game.

The same company, Ubisoft, previously used Massive Attack‘s 1998 single ‘Teardrop’ in their game ‘Assassin’s Creed’.


Go to [url] to watch the clip from ‘Prince Of Persia’.

Meanwhile Sigur Ros released their fifth full-length studio album, ‘Meo suo í eyrum vio spilum endalaust’, on June 23.


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