Sigur Rós Get Their Own Line of THC Edibles

What does a "Wild Sigurberry" taste like?
Sigur Rós Get Their Own Line of THC Edibles
Sigur Rós are renowned for their blissful brand of post-rock, but for those looking to take their listening experience to the next level, the band's new line of limited-edition edibles might do the trick.

The band have partnered with edible manufacturers Lord Jones to create "Wild Sigurberry" THC-infused gumdrops, which are "inspired by the flavours of foraged Icelandic berries," specifically blackberries, strawberries and blueberries. The edibles will be available through the company's website and at dispensaries in California for licensed medical marijuana patients.

"For us, it really is a dream come true to collaborate with Sigur Rós," Lord Jones founder Robert Rosenheck said in a statement. "Their music has been more than an inspiration to us over the years."

In marking the release, both the band and Lord Jones will co-host a "sound bath" in Hollywood on April 18, where attendees can sample the drops before being treated to "moments in sound, film, and VR" from the band.

Find packshots of the edibles below.