Sigur Rós recently commissioned writer/director Nick Abrahams to create the video for their track “Ekki Múkk”, the latest addition to the band’s ongoing Valtari Mystery Film Experiment and their album Valtari. Abrahams creates a magical journey through an English field, and he describes the short film as “something of a taster for a feature film i have in development”. Nic’s previous accomplishments include a collaborations with Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller on 2 feature length films, one about Depeche Mode fans around the world, the other about the visionary eccentric Bruce Lacey. Nick has also created pop videos for artists as diverse as Stereolab, Leftfield, Huggy Bear and the Manic Street Preachers, and has collaborated with Sigur Rós on several previous film works. He is currently developing his first feature film project News From Nowhere, and is working on some new artworks to be exhibited next year. To learn more about Nick’s work be sure to visit NicholasAbrahams.com, and if you haven’t yet grabbed your copy of Sigur Rós’s must-have Valtari you can head over to iTunes. For all FEELguide stories related to Sigur Rós CLICK HERE.