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"Svefn-g-englar" is a song by Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós, from their second album, Ágætis byrjun.

"Svefn-g-englar" was released as a single in 1999, featuring two studio recordings — "Svefn-g-englar" (Icelandic pun "sleepwalkers" or "Sleep angels") and "Viðrar vel til loftárása" ("good weather for airstrikes"), both from Ágætis byrjun — and two songs recorded live at the Icelandic Opera House in Reykjavík — "Nýja lagið" ("new song"), which has not yet been recorded in studio, and "Syndir Guðs" ("God's sins"), from the group's… read more

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  • Avatar for KullatNuSimmah
    This is one of the cases where the use of words to describe the feelings only narrows the meaning of what the vast experience of listening really is.
  • Avatar for The_SchizoidMan
    Chills. Tears.
  • Avatar for anajpm
    amo S2
  • Avatar for VillechaizeLove
    As I have said many times, I am truly convinced Jónsi is an Angel. That is the only explanation for his beautiful voice.
  • Avatar for VillechaizeLove
    I just want to hide inside my bed in complete darkness and get to some altered state of consciousness to this song. [2] (yes! holy hell yes!)
  • Avatar for Cellexius
    Heard this in David Firth's cartoon "Alan". Quite random and bizarre but funny to hear at the same time.
  • Avatar for The_SchizoidMan
    I just want to hide inside my bed in complete darkness and get to some altered state of consciousness to this song.
  • Avatar for roberinho
    Belíssima!
  • Avatar for boo-999
    Ah...mazing
  • Avatar for aneuronal
    brillante!

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