Hailing from Reykjavik, Iceland, Pollapönk (“Kiddie Punk”) certainly are a punk-influenced collective creating music for both kids and their parents. The group met up when Heiðar ?-rn Kristjánsson and Haraldur Freyr Gíslason, both from the music group Botnleðja, were schooling to be instructors, launching their self-titled debut in 2006 being a graduation task. The duo was shortly joined up with by Arnar Gíslason and Guðni Finnsson, both having performed in the rings Dr. Spock and Ensími, and released their second record, Meira Pollapönk (“Even more Pollapönk”), this year 2010 and Aðeins Meira Pollapönkin (“A LITTLE MORE”) in 2011. YouTube movies for their paths “Leyniskápurinn” (“THE TRICK Cupboard”) and “Þór og Jón eru hjón” (“Þór and Jón Are Wedded”) received thousands of sights, but even though the music group were popular within their homeland, it wasn’t until 2014, if they moved into the Eurovision Tune Contest and noticed by a global audience. By using musician John Offer, their monitor “Enga Fordóma” was rewritten and translated into British as “No Prejudice” and performed on the grand finale from the Eurovision Tune Contest, where in fact the music group completed in 15th host to 26 finalists.