As their new album FEVER DREAM nears 50 million streams in a few month’ time and earns acclaim from Billboard, Huffington Post, Q (four stars),  and more, Of Monsters and Men maintain their exceptional momentum and share the music video for “Wild Roses.

Watch it HERE.

Get FEVER DREAM HERE via Republic Records.

Once again, the multiplatinum Icelandic phenomenon deliver a provocative and powerful cinematic companion to an equally heartfelt song. Teetering between gorgeous and chilling vignettes, frontwoman Nanna Hilmarsdóttir sings while floating atop a pool.

As blood fills the water and tears fill her eyes, the water eventually mimics her movements, bringing the visual to life in hypnotic fashion as it pays homage to Scandinavian horror classics with an Of Monsters and Men twist.

Regarding the song and video, Nanna commented, “‘Wild Roses’ shows an introverted side to the album and is inspired by what it is like to lean into your sadness. We wanted to capture that feeling in a performance for the music video, while bringing out a bit of uneasiness as well. So, we brought on choreographer Stella Rosenkranz to help create the movements you see. We also knew that we wanted to shoot the video in water with a bit of blood. To achieve this, director Þóra Hilmars immediately came to mind. We had talked about working together for years, and knew she would be perfect for a Scandi horror-inspired music video. The video was shot in a span of 12 hours in a beautiful and eerie swimming pool in Hafnaförður, Iceland, hours before going to the airport and starting our Fever Dream tour. We’re very happy with the outcome and are truly excited to share this with everyone.”

After clinching #1 at AAA Radio and Top 5 At Alternative, the group recently performed their number one anthem “Alligator” on The Ellen DeGeneres Show as well as their current single “Wars” that continues to climb as a greatest gainer at both AAA and Alternative radio.

Following its debut at #1 on the Rock Albums Chart, FEVER DREAM also continues to enchant fans live as the band just wrapped up the North American leg of The FEVER DREAM Tour and continue onto its UK/Europe run with a sold-out Show in Dublin on October 23rd.

Check out the full itinerary, which includes recently announced dates in Australia and Japan below,  and purchase tickets at

10/23/2019      Dublin, Ireland                         Olympia – SOLD OUT
10/24/2019      Belfast UK                               Ulster Hall
10/27/2019      Newcastle UK                         O2 Academy
10/28/2019      Birmingham UK                      O2 Academy
10/29/2019      London UK                              Eventim Apollo
10/31/2019      Glasgow UK                            O2 Academy
11/1/2019        Manchester UK                       Academy – SOLD OUT
11/2/2019        Nottingham UK                       Rock City – SOLD OUT
11/4/2019        Paris France                           Le Trianon – SOLD OUT
11/5/2019        Antwerp Belgium                    De Roma
11/6/2019        Utrecht Netherlands                Tivoli – SOLD OUT
11/9/2019        Reykjavík Iceland                   Iceland Airwaves
11/12/2019      Cologne Germany                  Live Music Hall
11/13/2019      Berlin Germany                      Huxley’s Neue Welt – SOLD OUT
11/15/2019      Stockholm Sweden                 Annexet / Stockholm Live
11/16/2019      Copenhagen Denmark           KB Hallen
11/17/2019      Hamburg Germany                 Docks Club – SOLD OUT
11/19/2019      Milan Italy                                Fabrique
11/20/2019      Zurich Switzerland                  X-tra
11/21/2019      Munich Germany                    Backstage Werk – SOLD OUT
11/23/2019      Barcelona Spain                     Razzmatazz – SOLD OUT
12/2/2019        Atlanta GA                              ALT 105.7 Holiday Spectacular
12/3/2019        Charlotte NC                           106.5 The End Festivus
12/4/2019        Norfolk VA                              The NorVa
12/5/2019        Brooklyn NY                            Alt 92.3’s Not So Silent Night
12/7/2019        San Jose CA                           ALT 105.3’s Not So Silent Night
12/10/2019      Seattle WA                              Deck the Hall Ball
12/11/2019      Portland OR                            94.7’s December to Remember
12/28/2019      Lorne Australia                        Falls Festival
12/29/2019      Bream Creek Australia            Falls Festival
12/30/2019      Lorne VIC                                Falls Festival
12/31/2019      Marion Bay TAS                     Falls Festival
1/1/2020          Byron Bay NSW                     Falls Festival
1/4/2020          Perth WA                                Falls Festival
1/7/2020          Sydney NSW                          Enmore Theatre
1/10/2020        Melbourne VIC                        Festival Hall
1/20/2020        Tokyo Japan                            BLITZ
1/21/2020        Osaka Japan                           BIGCAT

from the talk of Iceland to the top of the global conversation on their 2011
debut, My Head Is
An Animal
. Not only did the record go platinum, but it also
produced an international smash in the form of “Little Talks. The breakthrough
single earned a quintuple-platinum certification from the RIAA, made history
as “the first song
by an Icelandic band to cross 1 billion streams on Spotify
, and landed
the band a performance on Saturday
Night Live
. The
group appeared on official soundtracks for franchises such as The Hunger GamesThe Walking Dead,
and Beat Bugs, to name a few.
In addition to performing at festivals such as CoachellaLollapaloozaFirefly, and beyond,
they supported Florence
+ the Machine
 on a high-profile arena tour. In the midst
of this rapid rise, 2015’s Beneath
The Skin
 bowed in the Top 3 of the Billboard Top 200 and
the band starred in an episode of HBO’s Game of Thrones in the same year.