White Lies have admitted to XFM they have an Alan Partridge-esque element about their touring activities.
Sigur Rós have brought out a candle.
The Varðeldur Candle - named after track Varðeldur (which translates as campfire) on their latest album Valtari - smells like burning driftwood apparently.
The description reads:
"The smoky, slightly briny smell of a flotsam campfire on a distant black beach under a wan midnight sun. And, most recently, the smell of Sigur Ros's studio, while they go about the quasi-mystical business of making the magic happen. Specially developed to the band's olfactory specifications, this candle burns for 35 evocative hours of "instant Iceland", or something like that."