With their debut album ‘Lovers’ right around the corner, landing September 8, Anna Of The North now unveil another single taken from the LP entitled ‘Money’. Using slick synths as the foundation to the sparkling pop piece, Anna Lotterud sends a warning to someone who is dating a girl who is only after one thing…the good old dinero. The tune follows the duo’s previous cut ‘Someone’ which was shared last month. Have a listen below.
Carmen Villain and experimental art-pop star Jenny Hval have come together for the haunting track ‘Borders’. Dark in production, the mood of the song brilliantly coincides with the climate of these modern times in which Villian touches on – racism, fear and the idea of border patrols. Ghostly vocals float around the tune as Hval adds her magic to the chorus, making this nothing short of a brilliant piece of work.
Norwegian singer Siv Jakobsen has shared her latest single ‘Berry & Whythe’. Approaching the tune in a gentle and organic manner, the marriage of indie and folk is seamlessly sewn as Jakobsen paints a vivid picture of her time spent in New York City. In a press statement regarding the song, Siv Jakobsen wrote: “This is written as a retrospective look on my time living in Brooklyn, New York. I lived on Metropolitan Avenue, between Berry Street and Whythe Street – and this song sort of transports Read more […]
Norwegian band SLØTFACE have shared their new single ‘Pitted’ what some could argue is the soundtrack to the idea of giving the middle finger to going out, rather opting to stay at home. Flawlessly blending the sounds of pop and revving alternative with punk undertones, the track is taken from the band’s forthcoming debut LP ‘Try Not To Freak Out’, landing September 15th on Propeller Recordings.
Oslo’s Anna of the North continue to raise the levels with the video for their single ‘Someone’. Directed by Anna Lotterud herself and Russell Crank, clips of Anna strolling about through the night contrasts with more serene images of her among the ocean side and pool front. Emotional at times, there are also lively parts with her dancing with a random stranger in the street. The song is taken from Anna of the North’s forthcoming debut album ‘Lovers’, out September 8th. Check it out.
After rising high with her hit single ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’, Norwegian singer Sigrid now gives her track ‘Plot Twist’ the video treatment. Filmed in Bergen, the visuals are more like a day in the life of Sigrid as she travels around Bergen enjoying life to the fullest. Touching on the video, Sigrid wrote: “‘Plot Twist’ is about finally getting over someone, but when me and Sigurd Fossen/William Glandberger from FillIn Productions discussed how we wanted the music video to be, we decided Read more […]
Anna Of The North will release their debut album ‘Lovers’ on September 8. Sharing the title track around a month ago, the pair have now unveiled another song called ‘Someone’. There is an 80s flair floating through the pop tune as Anna Lotterud gracefully glides over the glistening production. The tune adds to the impressive CV of recordings that have been all leading up to this anticipated LP.
Norway-raised, L.A.-based artist Majken definitely knows how to bring a ray of sunshine to any situation with her dreamy style of bursting pop. With her debut album ‘Dancing Mountains’ landing in August of this year, the stunning singer has shared the video for her track ‘Fainted Love’. Shot on Super 8 Film, Majken displays a high level of fun as she treks around the gorgeous California landscape. Eveything about the video and song feels completely perfect for the summer. Check it out.
Anna Of The North have unveiled the video for the title track of their upcoming debut LP ‘Lovers’. Directed by by Alexander Darby, flickering red lighting set the sensuous tone as singer Anna Lotterud stand among people dancing and passionately making out. Their are definitely sexy vibes emitting from the clips. Touching on the video Anna Lotterud wrote: “On a literal level, the video is about being lost at a house party and surrounded by couples when your own relationship has fallen apart. Read more […]
Keeping the remixes coming, Norway’s Sigrid has unveiled the Cedric Gervais version of her single ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’. Built on a grand pop foundation, Gervais adds a big room touch with pounding trap meets club drums and sharp, stabbing synths that will not only shake up the charts but rattle the summer parties and festivals. The Cedric Gervais remix of Sigrid’s ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’ is out now via Island Records. Have a listen. Read more […]