Wednesday, 20 May 2015 10:36

Moses Hightower (IS) - Snefill

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The long Scandinavian winter is nearly over, the feeling of summer warms us again, and it's time to think of the ball games in the park, long cycle rides and trips to the countryside. Now, one of Iceland's most popular bands returns with perfect timing and delivers a killer new track called ‘Snefill’ that's sure to satisfy your musical travel desires. 

Moses Hightower has keep the soulful light burning up north for a while and their latest track is one of their brightest. Harmonic, sunny, jazzy and soulful Snefill is a superb track from a superb band. The language may be difficult to understand, however this Fender Rhodes/organ/piano-driven quartet music transcends all borders and this track is no exception.

Just jump in, we've packed sandwiches and wine - we’re going for a drive!

Andri Ólafsson - bassi og söngur
Daníel Friðrik Böðvarsson - gítar
Magnús Trygvason Eliassen - trommur
Steingrímur Karl Teague - hljómborð og söngur

 

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