SÓLSTAFIR: 'Fjara' Video Released

"Fjara", the new video from Iceland's SÓLSTAFIR, can be viewed below.

A woman's final journey is the focus for this seven-plus-minute clip in which Iceland's beautiful landscape provides the backdrop. The video features Icelandic singer/actress Rebekka Kolbeinsdóttir and was captured by director Bowen Staines (MÍNUS, RÖKKURRÓ) and co-director Gunnar "Gussi" Guðbjörnsson (SLEEPLESS IN REYKJAVIK).

"Fjara" comes off SÓLSTAFIR's fourth full-length album, "Svartir Sandar", which was release in October 2011 via Season Of Mist.

Formed in 1994, SÓLSTAFIR has released material on several labels, gaining momentum and expanding its fan base each time. The band's previous full-length CD, "Köld", came out in 2009 via Spikefarm Records.


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