After spending 16 years as the singer/guitarist in the Icelandic group Sigur Rós, Jon Thor Birgisson renamed himself Jónsi and began a solo job. Though he previously utilized the name before on the task with Alex Somers (as Jónsi & Alex on 2009’s recording Riceboy Sleeps), the pixie-voiced vocalist’s first single recording beneath the Jónsi name was Move, that was released on longtime label XL in the springtime of 2010. Offering even more upbeat and poppy music than those he previously created and sung with Sigur Rós, Jónsi was became a member of in the record by Somers, contemporary composer/arranger Nico Muhly, and Samuli Kosminen. Soon after the release from the record, Jónsi started a world-wide tour that lasted all of those other year. The record sold a good quantity of copies and his account was boosted by the looks of a recently recorded monitor, “Sticks and Rocks,” for the soundtrack from the strike children’s movie How exactly to Teach Your Dragon. In November of 2010, Jónsi released Move Live, a Compact disc/DVD established that included live recordings used during the Western european leg from the tour in the Compact disc and live video footage of outfit rehearsals shot prior to the tour kicked off. Jónsi’s tune in the Dragon soundtrack resulted in his dealing with Cameron Crowe in the soundtrack towards the director’s 2011 film We Bought a Zoo.