Of Monsters and Men

OMAM - Circles

New Music Heaven: "Circles" by Of Monsters and Men

New cover of Post Malone's "Circles" by Of Monsters and Men!
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Of Monsters and Men | December to Remember | 12.11.19

Of Monsters and Men play the sold-out sixth night of December to Remember | 12.11.19 Photos by Joe Hernandez
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Of Monsters and Men ::: Edgefield

Of Monsters and Men are coming to Edgefield on September 27th! The alternative Icelandic band has been away for a few years, but they recently returned (with a slightly different sound) with single "Alligator." Tune in all day Thursday, May 16th, for chances to win tickets to the show. Greg, Pepper...
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Of Monsters and Men Take Us Inside 'Fever Dream'

It’s been four years since Of Monsters and Men released their second studio album Beneath the Skin , and when it was time to get back in the studio to craft a follow-up, the band from Iceland knew it. “It was a natural development,” guitarist Ragnar “Raggi” Þórhallsson told RADIO.COM. “We had just...
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Watch Of Monsters and Men Perform Live for the First Time in 3 Years

The band is back and ready to release a new album
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Of Monsters and Men for World Oceans Month

1THING: Of Monsters and Men Commit to Saving the Beaches for World Oceans Month

Khalid , Tove Lo , Brooks & Dunn , and Of Monsters and Men are all joining in on the celebration by calling out people that litter. They’re also committing to do 1THING to change their own habits and lessen their environmental impact.
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Of Monsters and Men Predict the ‘Game Of Thrones’ Finale

Icelandic group Of Monsters and Men was given the perfect opportunity when they were offered a cameo in the sixth season of Game Of Thrones . As one of many music crossovers in the show, the band is simultaneously rooting for Arya Stark and hoping for a very pessimistic outcome during Sunday’s...
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Of Monsters and Men - Alligator

WORLD PREMIERE: Of Monsters and Men Turn It Up for "Alligator"

The "first of many songs to come" from the Icelandic band
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