O2 Academy Brixton
London, United Kingdom

November 10, 2022

Set 1

Untitled #1 – Vaka
Untitled #2 – Fyrsta
Untitled #3 – Samskeyti
Rafmagnið búið
Ný batterí
Gold 2
Untitled #7 – Dauðalagið
Untitled #9 – Smáskífa

Set 2

Untitled #6 – E-Bow
Untitled #8 – Popplagið

External Reviews


13 Comments on “O2 Academy Brixton”

  • Mick Lintunen


    Awesome, as ever. A phenomenal musical trip, executed exquisitely. They remain peerless and quite exceptional; a truly unique band with the sort of technical skill needed to realise an extraordinary vision.

  • Tom


    My fifth time witnessing Sigur Rós live. This was a phenomenal show with a rich set list celebrating 2002’s ( ). The band always brings something special to London and this evening was no exception. The performances range from serene meditation, to dazzling melody, to brutally energetic post-rock perfection. Takk fyrir allt!

  • Terry Trevis


    Brilliant as usual, sound so good and curtain closer a classic and fitting end to the show

  • Diy R


    This is my third time catching Sigur Rós live. The first time was in my birth country Singapore several years ago, then in Glasgow. I also saw Jónsi & Alex when I moved to London. I bought the Heima DVD as a teenager and it changed my life. My Scottish husband and I were long distance friends who reconnected because of Sigur Rós. It’s such a meaningful experience to watch them live again. We accidentally found ourselves near the front and centre tonight. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. My ultimate dream would be to catch you live outdoors in Iceland, just like in Heima, and dance with everyone. I would love to personally meet and thank you one day. See you soon, Victory Rose.

  • Agni


    Magic, enchanted fairytale journey through some ancient stories and myths. Bedtime tales on acid. In the best possible way. I did not want you to stop.

  • Hayley Griffith


    So moving and absolutely amazing….an unforgettable event all I can say is thank you ❤️❤️

  • Victor Chan


    Thank you for giving me a wonderful night:)

  • Stu


    25 years a fan, first time seeing the band live. Two magnificent sets. I was surprised (and delighted) by how heavy the rocking sections got, it wasn’t something I’d expected outside of a few tracks (Brennsteinn for example). Thrilling to see so much ( ). Stunning lights and visuals. Unforgettable – looking forward to the next tour.

  • Phil Reynolds


    First time seeing Sigur Ros, one of my favourite bands, at my favourite venue – and utterly incredible it was too.

    So delighted that I got to experience Andvari live with my wife – the song we played as she walked down the aisle :)

  • Alexandra Starr


    My third Sigur Rós live experience, and wow, just wow!!!

    I arrived nice and early to be at the front of the stage, and had a good position for the first half of the show, which was incredible! Met two lovely ladies, one from France and the other Spanish, and we stayed together as we were all on our own initially so that was a really lovely aspect.

    Music wise, what an amazing selection, hearing Saeglopur again was just a massive thrill, but the icing on the cake was hearing my personal favourite, Andvari, which absolutely blew my leopard print socks off. The Brixton o2 Academy is such a good venue, my first time there but hopefully not my last, a worthy place to see your fav group live as the sound is crystal clear, and so loud, and the staff are also awesome.

    Top night out, some amazing memories, Takk once again Sigur Rós ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • Monia


    Amazing Guys!!A night I won’t ever forget…Takk!

  • Damien Buggy


    I have seen their shows in London since Hammersmith 2002 on the ( ) tour. This was up there with the best of them. It was worth lining up at 3pm both days at Brixton to see them from the front row. Loved the new song and can’t wait for the album. I hope we get another tour for that!

  • Simon Gilbert-Hague


    The greatest gig I have ever been to. Before the gig I loved Sigur Ros. Now they are part of me. Their songs are on constant repeat in my head. I savour moments of uninterrupted listening when only either full volume speakers+sub or the big headphones will suffice. That gig will forever be a moment in my life that I can be transported back to by listening to a live version of Svefn-G-Englar or Untitled #6 (E-Bow). Thank you guys.

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