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Seabear is an Icelandic seven-piece indie-folk band from Reykjavík. Although hailing from Iceland, they sing primarily in English. They are signed to the Morr Music record label. History Formation Seabear started as a one-man project of Sindri Már Sigfússon in 2003. Performing for some time as a trio from 2005, the band grew to seven pieces in 2006. Other members of Seabear are Halldór Ragnarsson, Örn Ingi, Sóley Stefánsdóttir, Kjartan Bragi Bjarnason, Guðbjörg Hlín and Ingibjörg Birgisdóttir. The band's music has been described as "Sufjan Stevens meets an unplugged Arcade Fire" by Clash. Sindri Már Sigfússon has been called the "Icelandic Beck" by Rolling Stone. The band has toured Europe and the U.S. and played numerous festivals. The Ghost That Carried Us Away (2007) In 2007 Seabear released its debut album, The Ghost That Carried Us Away, on Morr Music. Its best known song is "I Sing I Swim". It featured on Grey's Anatomy in 2010, and the video for the song has been...
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