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Like A-ha after an extensive rewilding process: Sigur Ros, at Usher Hall, reviewed

26 November 2022

9:00 AM

26 November 2022

9:00 AM

Sigur Ros

Usher Hall, Edinburgh


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What is it with Icelanders and mushrooms? Just weeks after Bjork releases a fungal-themed album, Fossora, Sigur Ros appear on stage with dozens of sporey lights illuminating the gloom.

It’s boom time for mycophiles, but with Sigur Ros the link makes a certain kind of sense.

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