Live Video: Sóley at Iceland Airwaves

Live Video, Iceland Airwaves
Jim Beckmann
photo by Jim Bennett (view set)

Sóley is the cutest creeper out there. The Icelandic singer-songwriter is so disarmingly charming, and her voice so exquisite, that even her songs about killer clowns, murderers and weird, one-eyed ladies are quite soothing. She's also an expert looper and a snappy dresser. In other words, there's a lot for KEXP listeners to love about Sóley, so we were thrilled to hear, when she visited us in Seattle in October, that she had new songs to share from a forthcoming album. You can read about her creepy/funny/fantastic set at Kex Hostel in Reykjavik as part of KEXP's broadcast during Iceland Airwaves here and get spooked now:

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