WATCH: KALEO’s I Want More (Live at Skálholt)

As the latest in a series of striking videos filmed in their native Iceland, GRAMMY-nominated Elektra/Atlantic rock band KALEO debut an acoustic live performance video of Surface Sounds lead single I Want More, accompanied by a string ensemble at Skálholt Cathedral, known as one of the most historically significant sites in the country. Listen to I Want More (Live at Skálholt) HERE and watch the performance video HERE.

Joined by a nine-piece string ensemble, including violin, viola and cello, KALEO front man and songwriter JJ Julius Son is seen in front of the pulpit with just an acoustic guitar. He begins playing the intro to the single as the camera pans down the centre aisle, showcasing the stained-glass windows and stunning architecture of Skálholt Cathedral, built from Norwegian timber during the 12th century, marking a longstanding cultural epicentre of Iceland.

Performing solo up until the second verse, Julius Son’s serene vocal and acoustic guitar are supplemented by violins (Sigrún Harðardóttir, Ásta Kristín Pjetursdóttir, Guðbjartur Hákonarson and Chrissie Guðmundsdóttir), violas (Karl James Pestka and Þórunn Harðardóttir) and cellos (Unnur Jónsdóttir, Hrafnhildur Marta Guðmundsdóttir and Júlía Mogensen), leading into the bridge, idyllically whistled by Julius Son, beautifully amplified by the natural acoustics of the cathedral.

During their time off the road, the band filmed a series of live performance videos showcasing the spectacular landscapes of Iceland, performing from an ice cave in Backbone (Live at Breiðarmerkurjökull), the country’s recent volcanic eruption in Skinny (Live from Fagradalsfjall Volcanic Eruption), and Triple A Top 6 single Break My Baby (Live from ÞRÍDRANGAR), recorded and filmed at the illustrious ÞRÍDRANGAR lighthouse, one of the most isolated places on earth, located atop a remote rock formation in the North Atlantic Ocean.

KALEO have performed in over 30 cities since kicking off the Fight Or Flight Tour in February (with the majority to sold-out audiences), and recently announced additional shows in North America this summer. KALEO’s new run of dates will follow the first European leg set for June and early July. Tickets and information for the new dates are available at

In addition to the newly announced dates, the band also announced an exclusive livestream from their sold-out show at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colo. on May 16, via premium concert streaming platform Veeps. The livestream will also feature supporting acts The Glorious Sons and Bones Owens, with video-on-demand streaming available for KALEO’s set for 72 hours after the live broadcast. Tickets for the Fight Or Flight Spring Tour – Live from Red Rocks live stream are $17.99 and on sale now.

The Fight Or Flight Tour continues tomorrow evening, April 30 in Chicago, Ill. at Aragon Ballroom. The full tour itinerary is available below.

European Fight Or Flight Tour 2022 Dates

June 4              Columbiahalle                                                            Berlin, Germany
June 6              Palladium Cologne                                                    Cologne, Germany
June 8              Salle De L’Alhambra                                                   Genève, Switzerland
June 9              X-TRA                                                                           Zurich, Switzerland
June 11            Tonhalle                                                                      Munich, Germany
June 13            Jahrhunderthalle                                                       Frankfurt, Germany
June 15            Stadtpark-Open-Air-Bühne                                      Hamberg, Germany
June 17            Victoria Warehouse                                                  Manchester, U.K.
June 18            Pinkpop Festival 2022                                              Landgraaf, Netherlands
June 19            3Arena                                                                        Dublin, Ireland
June 21            O2 Academy Birmingham                                       Birmingham, U.K.
June 24            Eventim Apollo Hammersmith                               London, U.K.
June 26            Falconer Hall                                                              Fredriksberg, Denmark
June 27            Sentrum Scene                                                          Oslo, Norway
July 1               Lollapalooaza Stockholm 2022                               Stockholm, Sweden
July 3               Kucukciftlik Park                                                        Istanbul, Turkey
July 6               Technopolis                                                                Athens, Greece
Sept. 18          De Roma                                                                     Antwerp, Belgium
Sept. 20          Le Radiant                                                                  Lyon, France
Sept. 21          Le Moulin                                                                   Marseille, France
Sept. 23          Razzmatazz                                                                Barcelona, Spain
Sept. 25          Altice Arena                                                               Lisboa, Portugal
Sept. 27          Sala Riveria                                                                Madrid, Spain
Sept. 29          AFAS Live                                                                    Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oct. 1              Zénith De Paris                                                          Paris, France
Oct. 3              Rockhal                                                                       Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
Oct. 5              Fabrique                                                                     Milan, Italy
Oct. 7              Le Bikini                                                                      Ramonville-Saint-Agne, France
Oct. 10            Forum Karlín                                                              Karlín, Czechia
Oct. 11            Klub Stodoła                                                              Warsaw, Poland
Oct. 13            Barba Negra                                                               Budapest, Hungary
Oct. 14            Gasometer                                                                 Wien, Austria

Since the release of their RIAA Gold-certified breakthrough album, 2016’s A/B, Icelandic rock band KALEO—led by front man/songwriter JJ Julius Son—has taken their music around the world. The album spawned three hit singles – the GRAMMY-nominated “No Good,” the Gold-selling “All The Pretty Girls” and the chart-topping, two-time Platinum-certified “Way Down We Go” which was used in over two dozen television shows from Grey’s Anatomy to Riverdale, leading the No. 1 single to top The Hollywood Reporter’s Top TV Songs chart. After amassing over 1 Billion global streams, 39 international certifications, and countless sold-out headline shows spanning from London to Moscow, KALEO has proven to be a worldwide phenomenon. Known for their electrifying live performances, KALEO completely sold out their first U.S. headline tour and was a standout at Coachella, Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo and were hand-picked to open stadium dates for the Rolling Stones. Since KALEO wrapped a nearly non-stop 3-year touring schedule in support of A/B in October 2018, Julius Son went into the studio to work on the highly anticipated follow-up, Surface Sounds on Elektra/Atlantic, available everywhere now. KALEO’s Fight or Flight Tour 2022 launches Feb. 22 in Seattle, Wash., featuring 60+ dates across North America, including a stop at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colo. on May 16, where the show will be available via livestream on Veeps. For more information, visit or follow on Instagram and TwitterFacebook and YouTube.