Ólöf Arnalds - "Englar og dárar" (MP3)

by Tyler Gould

20 November 2009

 

This song won me over in about 3 seconds with its springy guitar, and though some might find Olof Arnalds’ oohing a little too bold, a little too Doris Day, I find it all the more idyllic. This is the musical equivalent of Snow White’s friendly forest animals. I don’t know what she’s saying, but it sounds warm and earnest, like she has my best interests in mind.

Ólöf Arnalds
Englar og dárar [MP3]
     

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