Norwegian singer Susanna will release her 12th album ‘Go Dig My Grave’, a collaborative record with folk vocalist Tuva Syvertsen, accordion player Ida Hidle and baroque harp player Giovanna Pessi, on Feb 9th. One of thes songs taken from the upcoming LP is her new single ‘Freight Train’. An airy and organic recording, the arrangements dance around Susanna’s floating vocals. Belowis a stream of the track. ‘Go Dig My Grave’ will land via SusannaSonata.
Norwegian pop star Sigrid has rapidly become the ‘it’ girl since releasing her initial hit ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’. The Ålesund native continues to keeps her wave of momentum going strong with her latest video for the track ‘Strangers’. Directed by Ivana Bobic, you can can find Sigrid performing the track whilst continuously dancing around a various constructed studio sets. She definitely looks like she’s enjoying life. Check it out. Read more […]
It was evident from her debut track ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’ that Norwegian singer Sigrid was going to be a star. After releasing her EP boasting the same title, Sigrid’s latest single ‘Strangers’ is a chart-friendly tune that is featured on the ‘Justice League’ soundtrack. The upbeat dance/pop bit is peppered with that Scandi touch laced with sharp synths and thumping 4×4 drums. Produced by Martin Sjolie, Sigrid has shared a lyric video to the song which you can check out below.
Olso-based duo Tuvaband have shared a stream of their new EP titled ‘Mess’. Mixing a hybrid of dream folk with cinematic pop, the six-song release flows with a natural purity, reflected in the organic process in which they approaced the record. Included on the new work is the tender track ‘Trees’, which the band shared last month.
Norwegian artist Susanna will release her new album ‘Go Dig My Grave’ February 9th on her SusannaSonata imprint. Collaborating with musicians Giovanna Pessi and Ida Hidle, as well as singer Tuva Syvertsen, the acts redo a wide array of songs spanning multiple genres for a unique listening experience.
Tuvaband have shared their latest single ‘Trees’, taken from their upcoming debut EP landing in November. Delivering a slice of commentary regarding how we treat the environment, the song is a tender and gorgeous indie folk piece produced without drums, yet rather lush piano play and Laura Marling’s unique and distinct vocals. ‘Trees’ is out now via Brilliance Records. Touching on ‘Trees’, Tuvaband stated: “The song was recorded in two apartments across the Norwegian capital, Oslo, and Read more […]
Norwegian stunner Emma Jensen have stepped up with her latest single ‘Make You Mine’. Minimal in production, there track is a spacious pop bit that built around light keys, sparkling additives and Jensen’s floating voice. In a press statement regarding the single, Emma Jensen wrote: “It’s a love story and it’s about that feeling when you regret not making a move or saying what you feel right away,” says Jensen. “When you just want a carefree relationship with a person without having Read more […]
Continuing their onslaught of raw and uncut punk, Norway’s Sløtface have unveiled their new single ‘Backyard’. Whilst the classic elements of to the point punk guitar riffs are firmly planted, the band also foster alternative meets pop hooks, adding a different dynamic to the revving piece. “Backyard’ is taken from debut LP ‘Try Not To Freak Out’, out September 15th on Propeller Recordings. Stream the cut down below.
Having recently shared their song ‘Money’, Anna Of The North hit us with another song titled ‘Fire’ which is taken from the duo’s forthcoming debut LP ‘Lovers’, landing September 8th. The infectious Scandi pop tune is laced with a tropical flair, built on sharp synths, echoing, running snares and high-stepping drums. With the content revolving around the aftermath of a bad break-up, the track is another lush offering from the rising group. Check it out.
Norway’s Lindstrøm has shared his latest single ‘Shinin’, taken from his upcoming LP ‘It’s Alright Between Us As It Is’, out October 20th on Smalltown Supersound / Feedelity Recordings. Enlisting singer Grace Hall to provide sultry vocals, the tune is a deep and soulful future house recording, adding another set of arsenal to Lindstrøm’s already powerful production weaponry. You can stream the cut down below.