Sólstafir put a beautifully complex album out late last year, and on Thursday night (Jan 22), they arrive in Milton Keynes to deliver the goods from Otta, in the live.
The album is the fifth from the Icelandic quartet, who issued their first long player back in 2002, and it has wowed critics and fans alike.
'Sólstafir's music is as much the product of Arctic blizzards as of red hot volcanic magma, erupting geysers, lush green pastures and salty waves,' is the line on the press blurb. And it's perfectly accurate.
Sometimes beautifully bleak, elsewhere wonderfully warm, Otta is an atmospheric ace that finds heaviness in the quiet, and triumphs again and again.
It'll be a special set from a special band that awaits visitors to The Craufurd Arms. Tickets are on sale at £12.50.