Sigur Ros’ uncooperative NPR interview

Oh boy! Icelandic group Sigur Ros may produce the most ethereal, melodic and startlingly original music (right down to creating their own language to sing in), but they certainly weren’t in the mood for this interview as part of NPR’s Bryant Park Project. Sullen, unfriendly and uncommunicative, the band shifted uncomfortably in their seats for five minutes as the increasingly desperate host tried to coax some responses out of them. Yup, some things just weren’t meant to be.

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