Music in the frozen north! From Suð’s adventures in Alaska, is an interview we did in Anchorage Press. Some GDPR issues if looking at the website from Europe, but hey there is a podcast that works like a charm !
Suð is very excited to be performing at the North by North festival 26-29th of April. Our first visit to Anchorage!
Here is the fourth video of a song from Meira suð! Bon appetit.
Nex concert Gaukurinn next Thursday 14th of December!
With two great bands: Argument and Markús & The Diversion Sessions
Christmas comes early this year.
We performed twice off-venue at this years Airwaves.
At the same date, same hour, year later at Mál og Menning Bookstore.
Can you spot the difference?
Next concert will be at Dillon 15th of July (Saturday). We will be playing with Stafrænn Hákon.
For more info check out the facebook event
There will be no April’s fools, the 1st of April at Gaukurinn. Suð, Rythmatik og Saktmóðigur will make sure that everybody get’s their daily dose of high quality indie and punk. The event will begin at 22:00 and there is free admission (yes it’s the truth!) .
Við dýrkum og dáum KEXP (http://kexp.org/). Stórbrotin og súrealísk upplifun að hafa fengið tækifæri til að spila í beinni útsendingu og á hinu glæsilega sviði hjá KEX. Hér er heildarupptakan af Iceland Airwaves Off Venue tónleikunum þann 2. nóvember 2016.
We love KEXP. Amazing and surreal experience to have gotten the chance to play on live radio (and live Facebook feed) at the beautiful KEX Hostel venue. Here is a recording of the full performance from Iceland Airwaves Off venue gig from 2nd November 2016.
Næstu tónleikar! Gaukurinn 28 janúar næstkomandi. Suð, Knife Fights, Stroff og Argument (áður Puffin Island). Frítt inn!
Next concert is on 28th of January in Gaukurinn. Suð, Knife Fights, Stroff and Argument (formerly Puffin Island). Free admission!
Arnar Eggert Thoroddsen með hressandi umfjöllun um plötuna okkar þar sem kallast skemmtilega á við hans fyrsta plötudóm hans sem var engin önnur en okkar fyrsta plata Hugsanavélin!
A nice review for our new album from one of the best Icelandic music journalists.
Check it…well, it’s in Icelandic!