The Icelandic quintet are back for the first time since 2019's ‘Fever Dream.’
Ólafur Arnalds and Daði Freyr are among the artists set to perform at Iceland Airwaves’ two-day streaming event.
Once again, the band have pulled out all the stops and filmed the performance in their home country of Iceland.
The original version of the Icelandic band's latest single has been making a strong impression with nearly 4 million global streams and rising.
The Icelandic group is readying for new music and tenth-anniversary celebrations in 2021.
The band's latest album 'Country Fuzz' was released in February, with Classic Rock describing it as, "made entirely for boozy barbecues and bloke-y banter."
The Icelandic outfit say, “We are fans of Post Malone and love the song."
Of Monsters And Men’s Nanna Bryndís Hilmarsdóttir and synth-pop duo Overcoats are among the virtual festival's scheduled performers.
The upcoming shows include appearances at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and the Governors Ball in New York.
The full line-up of artists will perform over the course of two long weekends, first from 23 April to 26 April, and then from 30 April to 3 May.
Icelandic folk-rock outfit Of Monsters and Men recently stopped by Australian radio station Triple J where they covered Post Malone’s No.1 hit ‘Circles’.
The video was shot in a span of 12 hours in a beautiful and eerie swimming pool in Hafnaförður, Iceland.
On day two of Life Is Beautiful 2019, we celebrated Pride, went backstage with Cub Sport and got a surprise appearance from Wayne Newton.
The new track features on the fast-rising outfit's upcoming full-length album 'Fever Dream' out 26 July via Republic Records.
Shot in their native Iceland, the visual sees vocalist Nanna Hilmarsdóttir live out a fever dream of her own.