Sanitas

by Stafrænn Hakon

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Icelanders Stafrænn Hákon move toward Rock described as Power-Ambient, currently only audible to left handed polar bears. A daring but natural step with pop singalong melodies, which may sound unlikely for the ambient post-rock/electronica band.

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released April 15, 2010

Stafrænn Hákon on this album:
Olafur Josephsson: Guitars and guitar treatments, pianos, percussion, harmonium, bells, bass, keyboards, banjo, acoustic guitars.

Daniel Lovegrove: Bass, Drums, guitar, synths, harmonium, vocals on Post & Unwind tender dog!

Samuel White: guitar on Sanitas.
Lárus Sigurðsson: acoustic instruments.

Minco Eggersman: vocals on Second to none, Sanitas & Temporailty.

Magnús Freyr: vocals on Emmer Green & Provisional Meat.

Þórður Hermannsson: Cello on Bright and Second to none.

Rob: Backing Vocals & Trombone.

Ingibjörg Sigurjónsdóttir: piano on Bright.

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Stafrænn Hakon

The band´s current line up consists of guitarists Ólafur Josephsson
and Lárus Siguðsson, bass guitarist Árni Þór Árnason, drummer Róbert
Már Runólfsson and singer Magnús Freyr Gíslason. Eternal Horse is the
first Stafrænn Hákon album featuring the whole band collaborating on
the songs in their studio
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Track Name: You Have to Let Me Borrow This
approximating faces to those
of people i have known

incorporated into real life
on relevance

through countless songs and pages, or scenes
like pieces of my own

displayed to represent who and what
as ornaments

(simultaneously consciously both)
a mesh of real and projected

finding a mentor
listening carefully
made everything easy
until i grew up

and felt the covers slipping off
oblivious of lines that I was meant to have crossed
less dependence
more development

but circumstantial knowledge is all
that can really be ingrained

appreciation without context is not
an existence

finding a mentor
listening carefully