Spacy Icelandic Rock Band Sigur Rós Get Their Own Line Of Cannabis Gumdrops

The music of Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós is vast, eerie, and breathtakingly beautiful. And as many fans have noted, it pairs excellently with your cannabis of choice. So kudos to the band for making it easier for their fans to have a discreet - and delicious - sesh.

As Pitchfork reports, the band has teamed up with cannabis brand Lord Jones on a new line of "medicated gumdrops." The gumdrops will be available in a box of nine from the Lord Jones website, and at California medical marijuana dispensaries. Each box has a Sigur Rós crest designed by artist Andrew Rae.

The gumdrops are "inspired by the flavors of foraged Icelandic berries - wild blackberries, strawberries and blueberries", and are available in five different dosage options (including CBD-only). 

Curious about how the effects might feel? While you're waiting, why not test out some of the band's music below. You will, however, need to provide your own THC.

Banner Image: Bontida, Romania, July 14, 2016: Sigur Ros, the Icelandic post-rock band from Reykjavík, performing live on the stage at Electric Castle festival, one of the biggest music festivals in Romania (melis/Shutterstock).


Right now, cannabis can only be legally purchased through dispensaries or online retailers, but that could change if a group representing corner stores across America gets its way. The lobbying arm of the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) is preparing to fight for the ability of their members to sell weed once it becomes federally legal in America. NACS doesn't have support for federal cannabis policy reform on their official agenda, but that doesn't mean they don't want a piece of the pie if the industry is legalized nationwide.

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