Icelandic singer and classically-trained multi-instrumentalist, Ólöf Arnald’s most distinctive asset is, nonetheless, her voice. Instantly captivating and crystal clear, yet possessed of a magical, otherworldly quality as beautifully summed up by none other than Björk, ‘Somewhere between a child and an old woman” – it’s no wonder she collaborates with the likes of Sigur Ros.
Be mesmerised by a gentle and fractured freak-folk, sounding alien and rootsy at the same time, weaving hypnotic spells with very little, alone on stage and strumming an acoustic guitar or charango to accompany husky and spectral vocals.
Already compared to Judee Sill and Kate Bush, has a magnetic and self-assured stage presence – contrasting delicate songcraft and delivery with a screwball humour and charm.
Her debut Við og Við made Uncut Magazine's Top 50 Albums, and eMusic’s 100 Best Albums of the Decade. With London shows already selling out, this is a great ticket to have, for an enchanting performer!