Moses Hightower

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Moses Hightower
Origin Reykjavík, Iceland
Genres Soul/R&B
Years active 2007-present
Labels Record Records
Members Steingrímur Karl Teague
Andri Ólafsson
Daníel Friðrik Böðvarsson
Magnús Trygvason Eliassen

Moses Hightower is a Reykjavík-based 4-member Icelandic music band established in 2007,[1] and signed to the Record Records.

The band is made up of keyboard player and lead singer Steingrímur Karl Teague, bassist and lead singer Andri Ólafsson, as well as guitarist Daníel Friðrik Böðvarsson, drummer Magnús Trygvason Eliassen.

The quartet Moses Hightower has been in the vanguard of Icelandic soul, that has released two albums, Búum til börn in 2010, that was shortlisted for the annual Kraumur award and nominated for "Album of the Year" and for the band as "Lyricists of the Year" at the Icelandic Music Awards.[2] This was followed in 2012 by the album Önnur Mósebók.

Moses Hightower members also take part in other projects including amiina, Ojba Rasta, ADHD, Borko, Sin Fang, Tilbury, Mr. Silla and K-Trio.[3]


  • 2010: Búum til börn
  • 2012: Önnur Mósebók


  • 2008: "Búum til börn"
  • 2012: "Stutt skref"
  • 2013: "Ekkert þras" (with Egill Ólafsson, Lay Low and Högni Egilsson)


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