Maus (band)

Maus is a rock band from Iceland, formed in 1993. The band consists of Birgir Örn Steinarsson (Biggi) on vocals and guitar, Daníel Þorsteinsson (Danni, "Krei-C") on drums, Eggert Gíslason on bass, and Páll Ragnar Pálsson (Palli) on guitar. Most of their songs are sung in Icelandic, though English versions of some songs have been released, as well as some original songs in English. Maus has played the CMJ, Summerstage, and Iceland Airwaves music festivals, and has supported such bands/artists as Coldplay, Blonde Redhead, Ash, Ian Brown, Keane, Modest Mouse, and Placebo. Furthermore, Roger O'Donnell from The Cure has appeared as a guest keyboardist on their album Lof Mér Að Falla Að Þínu Eyra.

Since December 2004 Maus has been on a hiatus. Meanwhile, members are working on several music projects including Fræ (Palli's band), Sometime (Danni's band) and Biggi's solo project.