Eyþór Ingi Gunnlaugsson
Background Information
Origin Iceland
Birthdate 29 May 1989
Age 29
Eurovision Song Contest
Country Flag of Iceland Iceland
Year 2013
Song "Ég á líf"
Position 17th (Final)
6th (Semi-final)
Points 47 (Final)
72 (Semi-final)

Eyþór Ingi Gunnlaugsson is an Icelandic singer. He began his career in 2008 after he won the TV talent show "Bandið hans Bubba". He is the founder of the band Eldberg and in 2010, joined reactivated band Todmobile which released the album "7".

In 2011, he became the new lead singer of the Icelandic progressive rock supergroup Todmobile. The band had been formed as a trio in the early 1990s around Þorvaldur Bjarni Þorvaldsson, a renowned vocalist, guitarist, and record producer in Iceland and throughout the years had seen many changes in line-up and revivals and comebacks. Eyþór Ingi took over singing duties from rocker Eyþór Arnalds

He represented his home country in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 with the song "Ég á líf", successfully qualifying for the final where he finished in 17th place.