Icelandic isthmus and operation art group

Hatari ( icelandic pronunciation : ​ [ ˈhaːtarɪ ] ; lighted. ‘Hater ‘ ) [ 1 ] are an Icelandic techno, industrial and bum rock ring and performance art group from Reykjavík. [ 2 ] [ 3 ] Their public visualize incorporates elements of anti-capitalism and BDSM overdress. [ 4 ] The band consists of Klemens Hannigan, Matthías Haraldsson and Einar Stefánsson, and has released one album and one extended maneuver, encompassing several singles. Hatari represented Iceland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with their song “ Hatrið mun sigra “, finishing 10th in the final .

history [edit ]

early history ( 2015–2018 ) [edit ]

Hatari was formed in mid-2015 by cousins Klemens Hannigan and Matthías Haraldsson. [ 2 ] [ 5 ] [ 6 ] At the time, Klemens had begun writing electronic music that Matthías would provide screaming vocals for. [ 5 ] Klemens former presented the songs to Einar Stefánsson, who joined the duet as their drummer. [ 5 ] [ 7 ] [ 8 ] Klemens and Einar, together with drummer Sólrún Mjöll Kjartansdóttir, had previously besides formed the band Kjurr in belated 2012 ; in the ring, Klemens played the guitar and provide vocals, while Einar played the sea bass. [ 9 ] passim 2016, Hatari performed five times, including appearances in Reykjavík, at Eistnaflug, at LungA Festival, and at Norðanpaunk, anterior to their break-out performances at Iceland Airwaves, held at Kex Hostel in Reykjavík, on 31 October and 6 November 2016. [ 6 ] [ 10 ] The band ‘s debut extended play ( EP ), named Neysluvara, was released through Svikamylla extremely high frequency. via Spotify and Bandcamp on 31 October 2017. [ 11 ] Leading up to the EP ‘s release, the band besides released music video recording for two songs from the EP, “ Ódýr ” and “ adam ”. [ 11 ] [ 12 ] In December 2017, Hatari was featured on the birdcall “ Hlauptu ”, released on the album Horror by Cyber. [ 13 ]

On 21 December 2018, Hatari announced that the display panel of directors of Svikamylla extremely high frequency. had passed a resolving power to dissolve the ring. [ 14 ] however, Hatari did not dissolve as they appeared at Eurosonic Noorderslag, a music event held in the Netherlands, concisely after that. [ 15 ] Simultaneous to the dissolution announcement, Hatari released the music video for a new single, “ Spillingardans ”. [ 14 ]

Eurovision Song Contest ( 2019 ) [edit ]

In January 2019, Hatari was confirmed as one of the ten-spot acts competing in Söngvakeppnin 2019, Iceland ‘s national excerpt for its entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019, with their raw birdcall “ Hatrið mun sigra “. [ 16 ] Hatari won Söngvakeppnin 2019 in March that year, and therefore represented Iceland in the Eurovision Song Contest in May. [ 2 ] In the lead-up to the competition, Hatari made headlines with a count of political statements over the israeli occupation of Palestine and other matters, resulting in Jon Ola Sand, the executive supervisor of the European Broadcasting Union ( EBU ), warning them that they had reached the terminus ad quem of the EBU ‘s patience, and would be disqualified should they choose to bring its political statements to the stage. [ 17 ] however, when Iceland ‘s televote score was announced at the conclusion of the final, members of Hatari held up banners displaying the pin of Palestine. [ 18 ] As a consequence, the EBU fined RÚV for €5,000, the lowest possible punishment. [ 19 ] Overall, Hatari received 232 points in the concluding, finishing in tenth position. [ 20 ]

subsequent releases and tours ( 2019–present ) [edit ]

On 23 May 2019, the day of their return concert, Hatari released “ Klefi / صامد ”, a single have palestinian musician Bashar Murad, with a music video. [ 8 ] [ 21 ] The television was filmed in the desert by Jericho, Palestine, and the song features lyrics in Icelandic and Arabic. [ 8 ] A far individual, “ Klámstrákur ”, was released that October. [ 22 ] [ 23 ] Hatari ‘s beginning album, Neyslutrans, was released on 17 January 2020, besides featuring the four prior singles. [ 24 ] A remix album, Neyslutrans Remixed, was released on 19 February 2021. [ 25 ] On 17 July 2019, Hatari announced their 2020 “ Europe Will Crumble ” enlistment, with Cyber as their patronize act. [ 26 ] [ 27 ] On 29 January 2020, a few hours before their concert at the Copenhagen venue Vega, a fire broke out, but cipher was hurt. [ 28 ] The second of two tour legs was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was replaced by the “ Dance or Die ” tour, which was announced in November 2020 and advertised with a “ post-human experience ”. [ 29 ]

Members [edit ]

Hatari chiefly consists of musicians Klemens Hannigan, Matthías Haraldsson, and Einar Stefánsson, vitamin a well as several contributors. [ 2 ]

Klemens Hannigan [edit ]

Klemens Nikulásson Hannigan ( digest 1994 ) [ 30 ] is one of two vocalists in the group, and the cousin of Matthías. [ 2 ] [ 7 ] He is the son of Nikulás Hannigan, the head of the trade office division at Iceland ‘s Ministry for Foreign Affairs, and Rán Tryggvadóttir, a lawyer for legal firm LMB Mandat. [ 31 ] Klemens has two daughters with his partner, Ronja Mogensen. [ 7 ] [ 32 ] He graduated from Tækniskólinn as a furniture godhead. [ 7 ]

Matthías Haraldsson [edit ]

Matthías Tryggvi Haraldsson ( bear 1994 ) [ 30 ] [ 33 ] is the other singer in the group. [ 2 ] [ 7 ] He is the son of Gunnhildur Hauksdóttir, an artist, and Haraldur Flosi Tryggvason, the owner of LMB Mandat and brother of Klemens ‘ beget, Rán. [ 31 ] Outside of Hatari, Matthías is a dramatist ; he graduated from the Iceland University of the Arts with a one-man play entitled Griðastaður ( transl. Sanctuary ), which was late shown at the Tjarnarbíó field in Reykjavík. [ 7 ] [ 34 ] Matthías subsequently won the “ Newcomer of the class ” award at the Grímuverðlaunin 2019. [ 35 ] He besides acted as a news program reporter for Icelandic broadcaster RÚV. [ 7 ]

Einar Stefánsson [edit ]

Einar Hrafn Stefánsson ( besides known as Einar Stef ) is the drummer and manufacturer for the group. [ 2 ] [ 36 ] He is the son of Stefán Haukur Jóhannesson, the Icelandic ambassador to Japan, and former ambassador to the United Kingdom. [ 31 ] Outside Hatari, he is besides the bassist of Vök, an Icelandic indie popular and electronica group formed in 2013. [ 7 ] Einar is in a relationship with Sólbjört, and they have a daughter. [ 7 ]

Contributors [edit ]

Contributors for Hatari include Sólbjört Sigurðardóttir, Sigurður Andrean Sigurgeirsson and Ástrós Guðjónsdóttir, all of whom are considered region of Hatari. [ 7 ] [ 37 ] All three act as choreographers and dancers for the group, while Sólbjört and Ástrós besides provide backing vocals. [ 7 ] [ 36 ] Sólbjört first joined the group as a dancer in 2016, acting aboard Ronja Mogensen, who had previously done the group ‘s makeup. [ 5 ] Due to pregnancies and other influences, the backing line-up changed several times ; the line-up with Sólbjört, Andrean and Ástrós was arranged by Sólbjört in the preparations for Söngvakeppnin 2019. [ 5 ] Andri Hrafn Unnarsson and Karen Briem are costume designers for Hatari, and Ingi Kristján Sigurmarsson acts as their graphic artist. [ 5 ]

discography [edit ]

Albums [edit ]

Title Details
Neyslutrans
  • Released: 17 January 2020
  • Label: Svikamylla ehf.
  • Format: CD, LP, digital download

Extended plays [edit ]

Title Details
Neysluvara
  • Released: 31 October 2017
  • Label: Svikamylla ehf.
  • Format: CD, digital download

Remix albums [edit ]

Title Details
Neyslutrans Remixed
  • Released: 19 February 2021
  • Label: Svikamylla ehf.
  • Format: Digital download

Singles [edit ]

Awards and nominations [edit ]

Year Award Category Recipient Result Ref.
2017 Grapevine Music Awards 2017 Best Live Performance Hatari Won [40]
2018 Grapevine Music Awards 2018 Best Live Performance Hatari Won [41]
Icelandic Music Awards Song of the Year – Rock “Spillingardans” Nominated [42][43]
Performer of the Year Hatari Won
2020 Grapevine Music Awards 2020 Singer of the Year, Male Klemens Hannigan Nominated [44][45]
Song of the Year “Hatrið mun sigra” Won
Lyricist of the Year Hatari Nominated
Composer of the Year Nominated
Musical Event of the Year Hatari at Eurovision Nominated

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