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Hafdis Huld


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Hafdís Huld toured the world as a 15-year-old with iconic Icelandic band GusGus. After leaving the band she started writing her own songs, and quickly collaborated with FC Kahuna, co-writing their singles ‘Hayling’ and ‘Machine Says Yes’. Elsewhere she sang with dance producers Ewan Pearson and Tom Middleton on their artist projects. In between she made two feature films and modelled clothing for Extreme Sports.

Her debut album Dirty Paper Cup was released in 2006 on MVine/Red Grape Records and won the award of best pop album at the Icelandic music awards. She was also nominated for best video with Tomoko. The album was produced by Neill MacColl and Boo Hewerdine, who co-wrote 5 of the songs. The album features a cover of Lou Reed’s Who Loves The Sun performed on the ukulele. This was one of four singles released from the album. The b-sides of all the singles were tracks from the album.

Shortly after releasing the album in October 2006 Hafdís and her band were asked to go on tour with Paolo Nutini on an 8-date sold-out tour of the UK. On these dates and her headline shows Hafdís performs with a three-piece band of Sarah Croft, Alisdair Wright and Steve Ling. The band use guitars, keyboards, ukulele, xylophone and banjo.

In February 2007 a headline UK tour was canceled due when she suffered a serious lung infection which took 6 weeks to recover from. The dates were re-scheduled to May 2007. On the re-scheduled dates she performed Boys And Perfume, a song from the second album she is currently working on.




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