|Genres||Alternative rock, alternative metal, progressive rock, progressive metal, math rock, art rock, post-rock|
|Labels||Record Records, Long Branch Records|
|Members||Arnór Dan Arnarson|
Hrafnkell Örn Guðjónsson
Vignir Rafn Hilmarsson
Agent Fresco are an Icelandic band that combines pop, alternative, art, metal, and math-rock, formed in 2008, just weeks prior to competing in the Músíktilraunir (an Icelandic version of Battle of the Bands), which they won. Their first release was the EP Lightbulb Universe, which won at the Kraumur Awards.
The lead singer is Arnór Dan Arnarson. Vignir Rafn Hilmarsson plays bass guitar as well as the electric upright bass, Hrafnkell Örn Guðjónsson the drums, and Þórarinn Guðnason the guitar and piano/keyboards.
Agent Fresco won a Kraumur Award for their debut EP Lightbulb Universe.
In 2009 they were named best new artist at the Icelandic Music Awards.
They won Rock Album of the Year in 2016 for Destrier, with Arnór Dan also winning Male Singer of the Year.
Arnór Dan Arnarson was featured on several songs on the soundtrack for the 2014 TV Anime Terror in Resonance. He contributed vocals on four tracks of the 2013 Ólafur Arnalds album For Now I Am Winter, and in 2015 he sang on two songs ("So Close", "So Far") of the Broadchurch soundtrack, also composed by Arnalds. In 2018, Arnarson released his debut solo single, titled "Stone by Stone".