Adda plays music that originates in her hero’s (and villain’s) journey through the landscape of the inner self. On the journey, obsessions turn into mantras, the self becomes neuro-queer and dresses up in feminism and radical philosophy. Psychiatry is torn apart but psychiatrists are forgiven none the less and traumas are healed with the help of Icelandic mountains, friends and seas.
Adda will play songs from her solo career of the last ten years, including songs from the EP My brain, of which the music critic Bob Clunes said in the Grapevine: “[it’s] a wonderfully austere, haunting body of folk songs”.
Adda will be accompanied by singer Sunna Ingólfsdóttir and violist Karl James Pestka. Ólöf Arnalds will appear as a special guest.