Live Video: Árstíðir at Iceland Airwaves

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

In Icelandic their name means "seasons", but the warm, acoustic chamberpop songs of Árstíðir are particularly comforting on these cold days of winter. Recently, the group has been busy recording and crowd funding their third LP, Hvel (due February 2015), but they took time to share a handful of gorgeous new songs during their performance at Kex Hostel in Reykjavik as part of KEXP’s broadcast during Iceland Airwaves. Read more about their radiant set here and bask in their glow here:

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