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Kveikur (10th anniversary repress)

heavyweight black 2lp - £35.99 | Buy
'Kveikur' is the seventh album by Sigur Rós, originally released on XL Recordings in June 2013.
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limited select retailers exclusive yellow 2lp in gatefold sleeve - £35.99 | Buy
black 2lp in gatefold sleeve - £32.99 | Buy

cd - £14.99 | Buy
The Icelanders are back doing what they do best - heart-heavy, spacious, and enveloping sounds that veer from glacial chills to the warm of a roaring hearth, it...
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agaetis byrjun (2021 reissue)

Pitchfork 9,4 ‘the first vital band of the 21st century’ Billboard "ágætis byrjun" is alluring, exotic, and unspoiled, just l...
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Takk (2020 reissue)

limited 2lp + one-side etched 10" - £53.99 | Buy
Critically acclaimed Icelandic band Sigur Rós reissue 'Takk' on their own label Krunk.
( ) (20th Anniversary Remaster)




  1. untitled #1
  2. untitled #2
  3. untitled #3
  4. untitled #4
  5. untitled #5
  6. untitled #6
  7. untitled #7
  8. untitled #8
  9. Untitled #9 (smaskifa 1) (2cd only)
  10. Untitled #9 (smaskifa 2) (2cd only)
  11. Untitled #9 (smaskifa 3) (2cd only)
  12. Untitled #7 (jacobs studio sessions) (2cd only)
  13. Untitled #8 (jacobs studio sessions) (2cd only)
  14. Untitled #6 (jacobs studio sessions) (2cd only)

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( ) (20th Anniversary Remaster)

  • 2cd w/ bonus tracks

    Released: 16th Dec 2022


( ) is the only album where Jónsi sings entirely in the wordless lyrics of Hopelandic - A desire to elide meaning and allow the listener to bring their own interpretation to the music extends to each of the album’s eight songs, all of which are nameless.

The record is broadly divided into two halves, divided by a critical 36 seconds of silence. The first half of the album is light and optimistic, the second half bleak and melancholic, culminating in the thundering climax of Untitled #8 – the closing song of every Sigur Rós show since it was written in 2000. ( ) was recorded at the band’s own studio Sundlaugin, in Mosfellsbær outside Reykjavik, in 2002, co-produced by the band with Ken Thomas, who also helmed their breakthrough second album, Agætis Byrjun.