SYKUR SYKUR Reykjavík Consisting of Icelanders Agnes, Halldór, Stefán and Kristján, Sykur (translation: Sugar) began in 2009 and quickly established a reputation for packing out parties with girls and boys looking for good times. So much so that Dazed and Confused described Sykur as "plucked from the top drawer, a morsel of such rare succulence that it is sure to gain attention even beyond the cordoning velvet rope that sequesters the art world's N.I.P (Nearly Important People)". The band released their first album, Frábært eða Frábært in October 2009 to much critical acclaim and commercial success. The single Viltu Dick? From this album becoming one of the biggest radio hits in Iceland in 2009. The band already play a pivotal role in the Reykjavik scene and have collaborated with the hottest local talent, as well as sharing stages with international acts such as Mt. Eden, Peaches, Familjen, Casiokids, Juvelen, Kleerup and Junior Boys. Their landmark performance at Iceland Airwaves 2012 at the new Harpa Concert Hall saw them ‘stealing the show’ according to the Reykjavik Grapevine paper. In 2012 they also played at the By:larm festival in Oslo and The Great Escape. The Mesopotamia EP, getting its debut international release through Wall of Sound in March 2013, sees the band develop their much-loved electro sound. From the exquisite downtempo Battlestar, to the full-on party anthems of Messy Hair and Curling, The Mesopotamia EP is the soundtrack of lost weekends and fun times.