Plus a new iOS app

By Oliver Gettell
Updated July 19, 2016 at 10:50 PM EDT
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Icelandic post-rockers Sigur Rós have added a new degree of interest to their 24-hour “slow TV” project Route One, which live-streamed a drive around the Nordic nation last month accompanied by the sounds of their new song “Óveður.”

On Tuesday the band released a 360-degree rendition of the video, which allows viewers to click and drag around to survey the unfolding Icelandic coastline and countryside — in 4K HD, no less. It’s the next best thing to hopping in a van with Jonsi and the gang and hitting the road.

The group has also unveiled a Route One app for iOS that allows users to generate their own continually evolving renditions of “Óveður.”

Watch Route One in 360 degrees above. (A compatible browser is required.)