This summer, Edda Magnason, released her second full length album, Goods. It’s a bit more upbeat than her self-titled LP from 2010, and draws obvious comparisons to Björk’s work. On Goods, the Swedish songstress adds quirky keyboards, sitars, children’s toy instruments, and choirs of Russian sailors (yes, you read that correctly). Magnason expands on the depth of her debut, proving to be more than a piano tickling chanteuse.
Check out: Blondie from Goods
Check out: Handsome from Goods
Check out: Snow from her self-titled debut