Hafdís Huld is an Icelandic singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has been making music since the early 2000s. She has released five studio albums, two live albums, and several singles. Her music is a mix of folk, pop, and electronica, and her lyrics are often inspired by her Icelandic heritage. Huld's debut album, Dirty Paper Cup, was released in 2006 and was met with critical acclaim. The album featured a mix of traditional Icelandic folk songs and original compositions. Her follow-up album, Synchronised Swimmers, was released in 2008 and featured a more electronic sound. Her third album, Variations on a Theme, was released in 2011 and featured a mix of folk and pop. In 2013, Huld released her fourth album, The Glamoury, which featured a mix of folk, pop, and electronica. The album was met with critical acclaim and was nominated for several awards. Her fifth album, The Hollow of Morning, was released in 2016 and featured a mix of folk, pop, and electronica. Huld has toured extensively throughout Europe and North America, and has performed at several major festivals, including Glastonbury, SXSW, and Iceland Airwaves. She has collaborated with several notable artists, including Björk, Sigur Rós, and Of Monsters and Men. Huld's music is a unique blend of folk, pop, and electronica, and her lyrics are often inspired by her Icelandic heritage. Her music has been praised for its originality and her live performances are known for their energy and emotion.