Sure, the thought of checking out a lyric video from Sigur Ros -- a band that's famous for singing many of its songs in an unintelligible, non-literal and made-up language called Hopelandic -- is almost comedic, but the clip above does feature the music of 'Ísjaki,' the second single to drop from the band's forthcoming 'Kveikur' album (out in June). And yes, it also features what looks to be a phonetic interpretation of the tune's lyrics printed along the bottom of the screen, but were no expert on Hopelandic, so please don't ask us what's going on. To be honest, we sometimes wonder whether Sigur Ros themselves know what they're singing about.

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