Sigur Ros have laid out the deets behind the new live album and film Inni, a documentary by director Vincent Morisset set to premiere at the Venice Film Festival next month.
Inni is a both a film and double live album, from a performance at Alexandra Palace in London in 2007. The tour for the album með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust was winding down at that point, and Inni will serve as an archive of Sigur Ros at the apex of their influence. an Inni release date is unknown at this point, other than the month of November.
Inni the live album is an hour and 45 minutes time, as recorded by in-house studio engineer Birgir Jón Birgisson. Inni the movie will be super-immersive as both a sonic and visual experience. The video above is an example of what we'll see in Inni ... The footage is exquisitely shot, edited and rendered, a Morisset trademark. Take a look at what director Vincent Morisset did to create the visual aesthetic:
"The film's elegance and atmosphere are enhanced by Morisset's re-filming of the original digital footage on 16mm, which was then re-filmed again, sometimes through prisms and other found objects, allowing Inni to look and feel like something recovered from the past," read s the description on the Sigur Ros web site.
In other Sigure Ros film news, singer Jonsi was just tapped to score the Cameron Crowe film “We Bought A Zoo.”