What a lovely question. Not sure if this quite fits but I wrote a blog post about what it meant to me the last time I saw them in concert, in Edinburgh 2016. I have a neuro-immune chronic illness (ME) and am mainly housebound. I don't get out much, when I do go out I suffer afterwards, for days, weeks or months. So when I push myself to do something outwith what my body can safely manage, it has to be something really special and important, and Sigur Rós are the only band worthy of that, in my opinion anyway! It's also important that I do have some things in my life to look forward to. So, somewhat optimistically I bought tickets to see them in Glasgow in September and Reykjavik in a December. Both trips, if I'm well enough at the time to go, will wreck me, but it'll be worth it! I'll have an electric wheelchair by the time I go to Reykjavik, hopefully, I need to crowdfund to buy the thing, but that'll make it much easier for me. Anyway, yes, I began my blog after I became unwell and had to stop working. I had no idea until then that I apparently have a talent for writing (say the people who read it)! One of my earlier posts was about that concert in Edinburgh, and what it meant to me in terms of my health and my emotional wellbeing. With my life turned upside down by illness, having a Sigur Rós concert on the horizon, or a future album release, gives me something to live for and aim towards. Their music helps to sustain me. The only method I have to truly thank them for that is through my blog, and even though they will be unlikely to ever read it, it's enough for me.