Icelandic soundscape of melancholy, optimism and harsh winter nights.
The 8th album "ADHD8" of this wayward band was created in a small church in the southeast of Iceland. The musicians lived and made music together until this gem was born. Their intimate connection, coupled with a serene deceleration and relaxed openness to other musical styles, makes the sound of ADHD so special and unique. The musicians weave thoughtful melodies, delicately dose electronic effects, let Hammond sounds waft, underpinned with subtle bass and drum pulses, and thus lead the audience into a magical musical dimension of their own.
Óskar Guðjónsson: tenor sax, Ómar Guðjónsson: guitar/bass, Tómas Jónsson: piano/hammond organ/keys, Magnús Trygvason Eliassen: drums
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