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Iceland Returns: múm Offers Experimental Indie Pop in September  

Iceland Returns: múm Offers Experimental Indie Pop in September

 
By: Spacelab Research Staff
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June 17, 2013
 
Experimental Indie pop band múm return after a four-year hiatus with their upcoming album Smilewound Sept. 17 on Morr Music. The Icelandic collective is roaring back with a new single for the song "Toothwheels" which is out now. Check out the cool flashy new video below. múm recorded the album in friendly confines, meaning both their kitchen table and their studio in an old Baltic farmhouse.

Their label Morr Music is saying this about the album: Sparser in sound than many of its predecessors, "Smilewound" is an airy, relaxed record. The múm-core-duo of Örvar and Gunni doesn't make you laugh out loud (except maybe for the quirky vintage Arcade-sound-start of "When Girls Collide"), but it will make you smile often - despite the heavenly voices singing about violence in one form or another in most songs. Musically, múm's capability to build playful electronic sound-ornaments around simple melodies is in full bloom."

múm - Smilewound Tracklist
1. Toothwheels
2. Underwater Snow
3. When Girls Collide
4. Slow Down
5. Candlestick
6. One Smile
7. Eternity Is The Wait Between Breaths
8. The Colorful Stabwound
9. Sweet Impressions
10. Time To Scream And Shout
11. Whistle (With Kylie) 1. Toothwheels
2. Underwater Snow
3. When Girls Collide
4. Slow Down
5. Candlestick
6. One Smile
7. Eternity Is The Wait Between Breaths
8. The Colorful Stabwound
9. Sweet Impressions
10. Time To Scream And Shout
11. Whistle (With Kylie)

múm - Toothwheels Video

 

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