Iceland’s latest discovery Russian Girls stepping up for a fierce video. ‘Bíóbabb’ a co-production between Russian Girls and Kraftgalli raises the temperature somewhat, a quirky effected vocal on top of a tight rhythm section and those trademark posk punk synth sounds.
A few days ago, the awaited second release of the 'Sisters & Brothers' series hit the stores. The EP sees the turn of Russian Girls - the brainchild of Guðlaugur Halldór Einarsson, a member of the alternative Icelandic band Fufanu who just released their second album ‘Sports’ and of the duo Captain Fufanu before that.
To get a taste of that wonky sound of Russian Girls, give ‘Autopilot’ a listen. It is an adventurous pop song featuring a detuned groove and spiky guitars.
The audiovisual pendant of ‚Autopilot’ is the lo-fi music video, which is showing the singer Tatjana Dís and Sóley Tómasdóttir on a garbage can amongst other random places and looking aloof, effortless and incredibly cool at once.