People Who Are Addicted To Music
Lay Low, aka Lovísa Elísabet Sigrúnardóttir, released her first album back in 2006, and her spin on country, blues, and roots music caught the attention of everyone from KCRW to Loretta Lynn.
Perhaps the only Icelandic artist bold enough to tackle a series of Dolly Parton covers, she took a significant leap forward with her new LP, Brostin Strengur. Recorded entirely in Icelandic, the album takes poetry written by the country’s women over the last 200 years and sets it to captivating acoustic-guitar based compositions. Stream her sophomore release, Farewell Good Night’s Sleep, in full below, then head to her online store to get a copy of the new one.