Icelandic trio Vök have released their brand-new self-titled album Vök
A perfect last introduction to their forthcoming album, Headlights is an experimental popsummer anthem with an upbeat melody and candid lyrics about the exhilarating whirlwind that love can be. Lead singer Margrét says;
“’Headlights’ is a track about falling in love and how it can be like speeding in a car without a steering wheel. It’s a song about falling for someone without meaning to and not understanding what is really happening. We felt that getting caught in someone’s headlights was a good analogy of this.”
Their new album Vök, was self-produced by Margrét and Einar in Iceland, mastered by Glenn Schick (Phoebe Bridgers, Future) and mixed by David Wrench (Arlo Parks, Sampha) and Friðfinnur Oculus.The 12-track record is a unique and lushly layered body of work that marks a new era for the band, whilst continuing to cement their position as one of the most exciting and forward-thinking alternative bands right now.