Songs such as Svifa, sung in Inki’s native Icelandic, prove that direct lyrical communication, that is, through the use of words, is only one way to affect the listener. Despite the language barrier, Svifa remains a beautiful experience, a blend of glacial cool vocal grace, a blend of ambient pop moods and classical grace. A great first taste of Inki’s music and more than enough to make me want to know more about her sonic creations.

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