Vök was formed in January 2013 by singer Margrét Rán and saxophonist Andri Már. The band was formed to enter a annual band contest, “Músíktilraunir", competition in Iceland. The problem: They didn't actually have any songs to perform. Within a matter of weeks, Vök composed several tracks and performed them for the very first time at the band contest. And you guessed it ... Vök won the competition.
The duo became a trio at the start of the summer 2013 when they introduced guitarist Ólafur Alexander to the fold. Subsequently they recorded and released the EP, "Tension'"via Icelandic indie label Record Records.
Described as dream-pop/indie-electro band their sound consists of dreamy electronics with melodic vocals, distant saxophones and clean reverberated guitars. Vök is easily placed in the realm of indie-electro, thus resulting in everyone from The Knife and The xx to Poliça and Phantogram, but their music is distinctly their own.
From the bands FaceBook-page (September 1, 2015)
Andri Már og Margrét Rán höfðu unnið saman síðan 2011 en sveitin var stofnuð 2013 til að leika á Músíktilraunum og sigraði þar...
|Andri Már Enoksson||Saxafónleikari||2011|
|Margrét Rán Magnúsdóttir||Söngkona, Gítarleikari og Hljómborðsleikari||2011|
|Ólafur Alexander Ólafsson||Gítarleikari og Bassaleikari||2013-06|
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