Sigur Rós announces its seventh very Sigur Rós-y record, Kveikur

Sigur Rós announces its seventh very Sigur Rós-y record, Kveikur

Darling Hopelandic band Sigur Rós has announced a new full-length, its seventh. Kveikur—which all music writers will just copy and paste the title of for months to come—is due out June 18 on XL Recordings and is available for pre-order now. The band is currently on tour; a full list of dates is below.

The Icelandic band also released a dark, trippy new video for the first single, “Brennisteinn.” Shot by Andrew Huang, the clip comes in at a tight (for Sigur Rós) eight minutes long and comes off almost like a mini-horror movie, so enjoy that.

Sigur Ros tour 2013
March 24—Patriot Center—Washington, DC
March 25—Madison Square Garden—New York City, New York
March 26—Agganis Arena—Boston, Massachusetts
March 27—Bell Centre—Montreal, Quebec
March 29—Scotiabank Place—Ottawa, Ontario
March 30—Air Canada Theatre Bowl—Toronto, Ontario
April 1—Fox Theatre—Detroit, Michigan
April 2—UIC Pavilion—Chicago, Illinois
April 3—Roy Wilkins Auditorium—St. Paul, Minnesota
April 4—Starlight Theatre—Kansas City, Missouri
April 6—1st Bank—Denver, Colorado
April 8—Verizon Theatre—Dallas, Texas
April 9—Bayou Music Center—Houston, Texas
April 10—Cedar Park Center—Austin, Texas
April 12—Comerica Theatre—Phoenix, Arizona
April 13—Coachella—Indio, California
April 16—Fox Theater—Oakland, California
April 17—Bill Graham Civic—San Francisco, California
April 19—Santa Barbara Bowl—Santa Barbara, California
April 20—Coachella—Indio, California
May 10—Istora Senayan—Jakarta, Indonesia
May 14—Nippon Budokan—Tokyo, Japan
May 15—Zepp—Nagoya, Japan
May 16—Zepp—Fukuoka, Japan
May 17—Kobe World Hall—Osaka, Japan
May 19—Olympic Gymnastics Arena—Seoul, South Korea
May 21—Asia World Arena—Hong Kong, China
May 25—Sasquatch Music Festival—George, Washington
May 26—Les Schwab Amphitheater—Bend, Oregon
May 27—Deer Lake Park—Burnaby, British Columbia
June 19—Junge Garde—Dresden, Germany
June 21-22—Hurricane Festival—Scheessel, Germany
June 21-22—Southside Festival—Neuhausen, Germany
June 23—Best Kept Secret Festival—Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands
June 25—Sowinskiego Amphitheatre—Warsaw, Poland
June 28—Openair—St. Gallen, Switzerland
June 30—Eden Project—Cornwall, United Kingdom
July 4—Roch Werchter—Werchter, Belgium
July 6—Roskilde Festival—Roskilde, Denmark
July 14—Ilosaarirock Festival—Joensuu, Finland
July 18—Colours Of Ostrava—Ostrava, Czech Republic
July 20—Positivus Festival—Salacgriva, Latvia
July 26—Piazza Castello—Ferrara, Italy
July 27—City Square—Lucca, Italy
July 28—Ippodromo Delle Capennelle—Rome, Italy
Aug. 30—Jodrell Bank—Cheshire, United Kingdom
Aug. 31—End Of The Road Festival—North Dorset, United Kingdom
Nov. 16—O2 Arena—Dublin, Ireland
Nov. 19—Nottingham Arena—Nottingham, United Kingdom
Nov. 20—Brighton Centre—Brighton, United Kingdom
Nov. 21—Wembley Arena—London, United Kingdom
Nov. 23—Rockhal—Luxembourg, United Kingdom
Nov. 24—Jahrhunderthalle—Frankfurt, Germany
Nov. 25—Mitsubishi Electric Hall—Dusseldorf, Germany
Nov. 27—Balgiska Hallen—Malmo, Sweden
Nov. 28—Spektrum—Oslo, Norway

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