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Icelandic post-rock group Sigur Ros may be one of the biggest bands in the world that most pop-loving Americans have yet to discover. But that’s fine. The group, named after lead singer Jonsi Birgisson’s sister, isn’t lacking a passionately substantial American audience, by any means. With seven gorgeously cinematic studio albums, Sigur Ros has amassed legions of fans across the globe, ensuring that its occasional U.S. tours will always be in-demand events. For an even bigger treat, the band will play two sets with music spanning its 20-year career, providing further proof of its ethereal majesty.

Icelandic experimental rock band Sigur Rós have announced a new leg of North American tour dates for Spring of 2017, coming to The Bomb Factory on June 7. Continuing the experiment begun this year, the group will be performing as trio, eschewing the string, brass, and other auxiliary musicians that have been a hallmark of live performances the past decade. Once again they will be touring without a support act, performing two career spanning sets (separated by an intermission) starting from 8:00pm sharp at each show. Via AEG Live

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