Lyric: Little like the colors fade away. Right under Blind beginning of decay broad under Blind beginning of decay
Little like the flowers of debate stood by me in trials Of moving into place stood by me in trials From gloom to grace.
Straight up right now Is so wonderful Way beyond believe and dreams. Your voice is so beautiful. like the voice of quiet spring.
Little like the hours castaway. Why wonder Time ain't either here to stay why wonder Time will always pass away
Little like the sewers that you made Run blindly through piles Off something disobeyed Run blindly through piles Off disgrace
Straight up right now Is so wonderful Way beyond believe and dreams your voice is so beautiful Like the voice of summer breeze.
Color Decay is one of 13 songs featured on the compilation album "This Is Icelandic Indie Music vol. 2" out May 13, 2014 on Record Records. Available at all major music services and CD and LP with worldwide shipping at recordrecords.com
Júníus Meyvant is the artist name of Vestmann Islands born singer-songwriter Unnar Gísli Sigurmundsson. As a young boy he was an eccentric to a small degree and he only loved two things, skateboarding and painting. Every now and then he asked the Muses if he should learn to play an instrument but his wild and free behavior terminated his dreams as he was quickly suspended out of music school. All through his teens he rambled on without even considering becoming a musician or even playing any instrument. In his early twenties Unnar stumbled upon a beat up guitar at his parents' house and started noodling around. By playing the guitar he managed to tame his inner beast and his sense for songs and melodies burst like rockets. The uncontrollable urge for writing music and constant flow of ideas kept him tossing and turning every night and day forever and a day. For a while he filtered his ideas through a band that didn't live up to his creative requirements so he decided to undertake his alter ego Júníus Meyvant. The sound of Júníus Meyvant is a rich and afflicted take on freaky folk pop with a familiar and soulful feel. The feeling you get from listening to Júníus equally as comfortable as resting under a thick wool blanket with a hot cup of cocoa in or even when one settles with an exotic beverage on a hot sandy beach far and away.