Eivør is a Faroese singer-songwriter with a distinctive voice and a wide range of interests in various musical genres running from rock to jazz, folk, pop, and European classical music. 

She’s a prolific creator of music for TV and film productions, with composition credits including the Netflix US series Suits and the movies The Girl on The Train with Emily Blunt and Deepwater Horizon with Mark Wahlberg, as well as the TV series Downtown Abbey and The Last Kingdom together with Grammy-winning composer John Lynn. 

We've met Eivør and her team at their show in Innsbruck and accompanied the musicians to film some behind the scenes. 

The first interview of this series gives some insights into Eivør's tour life.

After the interview, Eivør performed exclusively for us her song "Bridges", which was released on her 2015 album of the same title. 

As a FOH engineer, Hallur Jonsson is an essential part of Eivør’s live shows. Now you can learn from him about the thirty-channel live tour setup for Eivør, how to add extra grit to live drum sound and why the LCT 640 TS is an absolute overkill for hi-hat – no remorse.

LEWITT microphones:

Vocals: MTP 940 CM (cardioid)
Backing vocals: MTP 940 CM (supercardioid)
Git amp: MTP 440 DM
Kick in: DTP 640 REX
Kick out: DTP 340 REX
OH: LCT 340
Ride: LCT 340
Hi-hat: LCT 640 TS
Toms: DTP 340 TT
Snare: MTP 440 DM
SPD amp: LCT 440 PURE


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