From Iceland — Árstíðir



Published September 13, 2013

Árstíðir’s arresting six‐part vocal harmonies and lush instrumentation set them apart, effusing a warm tide of resonant acoustic and baritone guitars, virtuosic piano, and melismatic strings. The result is an uncommonly wide spectrum of sound, driven by the members’ exceptional vocal range.
Consequently, Árstíðir’s music is a rare composition of the clear‐cut and the complex. Their songs are easy to fall in love with, yet mixed with diverse influences such as progressive rock, indie, classical chamber music, and Icelandic folk music.

October 31, 2013
20:50 Gamla Bío

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