Jónsi & Alex Somers to perform the Riceboy Sleeps album for the first time with the Wordless Music Orchestra and Choir on 10th Anniversary Tour in Intimate Theatres across North America - Oct 2019

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Jónsi & Alex Somers - Lost and Found

To mark the 10th anniversary of their landmark ambient album Riceboy Sleeps, Jónsi & Alex Somers share Lost And Found. “Lost And Found is a sibling album to Riceboy Sleeps,” says Somers. “It falls somewhere between what was, what is, and what will be.  Lost And Found was created by Jónsi & Alex Somers in collaboration with friend and producer Sidney Satorsky.

out now – a new expanded analogue remastered version of their seminal 2009 ambient work. the remastering has been overseen by the artists themselves, in what they see as the definitive pressing of the record.

In celebration of the album’s 10th anniversary, Sigur Rós vocalist Jónsi and his partner, musician Alex Somers perform Riceboy Sleeps live on stage for the first time at Vivid LIVE in the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House.

To mark the 10th anniversary and first-ever live performances of Riceboy Sleeps with orchestra and choir, Jónsi & Alex Somers are releasing a new expanded analogue remastered version of their seminal 2009 ambient work. The remastering has been overseen by the artists themselves, in what they see as the definitive pressing of the record. For the reissue, the album will be expanded from a double to a triple vinyl album for the edition, taking in the 30-minute EP, All Animals.  The release will come on 3 x standard weight black 140gram vinyl packaged in a special gatefold sleeve with rounded corners. Riceboy Sleeps Tote Bag featuring illustrations drawn by Alex and Jónsi. Riceboy Sleeps Slipmat featuring the album artwork. Riceboy Sleeps A5 Book – 48 pages full colour print on uncoated paper de-bossed cover rounded corners. Artwork created by Jon þor Birgisson and Alex Somers.