Set the controls for the heart of the sun: Sigur Rós had another baby and they named it ( ). It’s just as excessive in length as its elder siblings, it’s just as precious and almost as over-the-top sounding, and it’s artfully packaged with next to no information provided — no photo collage from the triumphant world tour, no acknowledgments of the supportive Reykjavik massive. No track titles are present, either — the band has made them known, but obviously not through the traditional route. Whatever the issues with this record, musical or not, ( ) will only further repel the detractors. Regardless of the side you’re on, ( ) is further proof that this group does what it does very well.