Sigur Rós are planning their very own festival, coming to Iceland at the end of this year.
Norður Og Niður will feature four performances from the trio in the Eldborg room of Reykjavik’s biggest concert hall, Harpa. It marks the band’s first homeland performances in five years.
The festival, which translates as “go north and go down”, or the infinitely creepier “everything’s going to hell”, is also set to feature all manner of film screenings, art installations and more.
There’s few other details revealed about the festivities, but Sigur Rós themselves will play in the Eldborg hall each night between December 27th-30th of this year.
Watch the festival’s trailer below.
More like this
The dates have been added to their 2022 world tour.
Listen to lead single ‘Dvergmál’ now.
They’ll play a free show as part of the festival’s Open House series.
They’ve also shared a new volume of their endless ambient streaming mixtape ‘Liminal’.