Absolutely beautiful. The Rustle of Stars (I love this name) started when two men, a British man and a French man, Richard Knox & Frédéric D. Oberland met and came up with the idea for this musical passage through the North Pole. Since then, their band has expanded, and an album was recorded in a church in the UK countryside.
450 km from the arctic circle, ‘The Rustle of the Stars’ is a phenomenon of austere beauty, a barely audible noise that occurs when the draught from human breath causes multiple collisions among the ice micro-crystals in the air.
Check out their website to learn more about this incredibly cool project.
My Mom and Stepdad are in Iceland right now, and I imagine this to be on their soundtrack, the photo at the top is one that my Mom took on their adventure.