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Árstíðir (IS)

Árstíðir is a folk band from Iceland. Formed in the wake of the 2008 stock market crash, they found themselves catapulted to the top of the Icelandic music charts within six months of their debut album Árstíðir, and then forged ahead with their 2010 tour despite a volcanic eruption that stalled global travel.

In 2012, Árstíðir was the first Icelandic band to ever win the Eiserner Eversteiner European Folk Music Award (in Plauen, Germany) and were scheduled to play the prestigious TFF Rudolstadt festival in July 2013. While on tour in Germany that year, an impromptu performance of “Heyr himna smiður” in the Bürger Bahnhof train station in Wuppertal swept them up in a tidal wave of international attention. Hastily recorded by a...

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Sofie Björck

Sofie Björck is a Swedish singer/songwriter who was born in the lovely south of Sweden in a region named "Skåne". A website is currently under construction at: And a brand new-facebook-group has been launched at: !

She grew up as a preachers daughter on the Fairytale Island "Gotland" , loved by painters for it's intense otherwortly light. In the gotlandic medieval church and vicars garden she started exploring her musical universe very early on, inspired by the hymns and traditional music of Sweden.

At the age of soon to be thirteen she had her stage debut in a local competition in the small Swedish city "Flen". Her very first stage performance ever ended with ...

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