Remember that weird and mysterious video we got from Sigur Ros titled "Klippa"? Well it turns out the material being cut in said video is part of the history of the upcoming live film. The clothing is to be included in the special edition of the release and be a "unique concert artefact". Have a little read of the band’s newsletter:
"...what has thus far only been alluded to in the short film klippa, released earlier this month, we can now officially reveal: the “unique concert artefact” within each and every one of our special editions is in fact a piece of the clothing worn by a band member over the nights of November 20-21 at london’s Alexandra palace, in 2008.
each of the band’s outfits has now been painstakingly pressed (but not washed) and then cut into neat squares which have then been put into individually numbered envelopes, each to be inserted in its own lavish special edition box, along with coloured vinyl 7-inch of the unreleased song lúppulagið, inni enamel badge, light sensitive paper (more on this later) and all the other goodies..."
As well as this little snippet of Sigur Ros history that could be yours why not download two tracks that will feature on the Inni Live album. Up for grabs are "Festival" and "Ný Batterí". Inni is set to drop November 15th via XL Recordings and it can't come a minute too soon. It'll feature footage of the band's performances in London from back in '08. Thanks to CoS for the heads up on these