Swedish band plays some chill tunes on instruments made of ice (Video)

Swedish band plays some chill tunes on instruments made of ice (Video)

Written by Bella Dalima

07 Feb, 2014 | 3:25 pm

Swedish musical group Ice Music really knows how to heat up a crowd. Working with instruments made almost entirely of ice – except for strings, fret boards and other parts – the band performs energetic songs with classical, rock, and world music influences.

The instruments are made by founder Tim Linhart, who sculpts the bodies of the curvy instruments by hand. Each “ICEstrument”, as the group calls them on their website, is made of several sheets of ice, and is lit up by colorful lights that mimic the northern lights of the Swedish Lapland.

Their cavern-like concert hall is also covered in ice, which makes for a very chilly destination for music lovers. The group offers some helpful tips on staying warm at their venue on their website, along with music clips and some excellent photographs of their performances.

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