All posts tagged: norway

Siv Jakobsen ‘Like I Used To’ Video

Norwegian singer Siv Jakobsen delivers quite the stunning video for her single ‘Like I Used To’. Directed by Jørgen Nordby, the dreamy clips of snowy and rural parts of the country are stylishly shot as Jakobsen stands among the grand environment. Touching on the video, director Jørgen Nordby stated: “The fun thing about making videos with Siv is the abcence of planning and instead just completely playing it by ear. We had a car and a destination, everything else you see in the video Read more […]

Sigrid Unveils New Track Titled ‘Plot Twist’

From the release of her debut track ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’, Norwegian singer Sigrid has been rapidly excelling into a full blown pop star. With her EP boasting the same title landing May 5th via Island Records, the Ålesund native has now unveiled her second single titled ‘Plot Twist’. Finally coming to terms with getting over an ex, the sharp synth-driven tune is another big pop cut, solidifying Sigrid’s place in the pop stratosphere. Touching on the track, Sigrid wrote: “‘Plot Twist’ is Read more […]

Sigrid ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’ Video

Norwegian artist Sigrid was already tipped to be the next act to explode in the pop world and after unveiling her single ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’, many journalists and industry insiders weren’t far from the mark. Generating a huge buzz, Sigrid has now dropped the official video for the song. Stylishly shot on a beach with the Scandinavian singer performing the song in front of various backdrops with her styling to coincide, it’s quite evident that Sigrid is on the heels of stardom. Have a look. Read more […]

Stream Siv Jakobsen’s ‘Like I Used To’

Oslo singer Siv Jakobsen touches on the changes of love, specifically when the love is gone, in her new song ‘Like I Used To’. Working with a minimal palette of folk, the heartfelt track features Andrew Davie of Bear’s Den. With a debut LP on the way, ‘Like I Used To’ is a lovely follow-up to Jakobsen’s 2015 EP ‘The Lingering’.

I SEE RIVERS ‘DA RAM’ Video

Norway-originated, Liverpool-based group I SEE RIVERS have shared an amazing video for their single ‘DA RAM’. What features a man who is unhappy with his everyday life as working in the fields of a farm, he decides to let loose and let his wild side roam free. Now mind you, it should also be noted that I SEE RIVERS are constantly in the background dancing like it’s a non-stop party. Is it called influence, perhaps? But regardless on how miserable anyone’s work is, you’re probably going to be more than enticed to have a good time considering that three lovely ladies are constantly jumping about around you.

Listen to Tuvaband’s ‘Everything We Do Is Wrong’

Last year Oslo-based duo Tuvaband shared a couple of songs titled ‘(It’s Not About) Running’ and ‘Unknown’, both capturing an atmospheric sound drenched in indie/lo-fi production. Making their return the pair now bring forth their next offering ‘Everything We Do Is Wrong’. Out on Diamond Club, the sound is a minimal palette of haunting piano riffs along with the ethereal voice of Tuva Hellum Marschhäuser. The track also coincide with their upcoming SXSW showcase beginning March 15. Touching Read more […]

Strange Hellos ‘Monumental’ Video

With a new album coming this year, Norwegian band Strange Hellos have shared their latest video ‘Monumental’. Depicting a couple and their passions, the guy being a kick boxer and the woman being a painter, the lead male trains intensely for a fight day in and day out, only to ultimately tap out in the match. Touching on the video, director Jon Hartvedt wrote: “Love comes in layers! A monumental love can have multiple meanings. So I tried to capture the love between a couple and what they Read more […]

Rebekka Karijord Interview

The music of Rebekka Karijord is poetry, it’s passion…it’s art. It is the kind of art that is soul touching, often times helping to foster tear-led moments within the listener. Whilst those reoccurring periods have been a constant throughout her musical career, Karijord’s latest album ‘Mother Tongue’ reflects one of the most dynamic and powerful moments…the birth of life.

ColoRising Exclusive Interview with Rebekka Karijord

The music of Rebekka Karijord is poetry, it’s passion…it’s art. It is the kind of art that is soul touching, often times helping to foster tear-led moments within the listener. Whilst those reoccurring periods have been a constant throughout her musical career, Karijord’s latest album ‘Mother Tongue’ reflects one of the most dynamic and powerful moments…the birth of life.

Stream Emma Jensen’s New Single ‘Closer’

It’s almost pointless reiterating how Scandinavia is completely steam rolling over the competition when it comes to pop music. It’s just one of those things that the world has to accept. Aside from birthing some of the most gorgeous people on earth, it almost feels like a right of passage for a Scandi act to drop a record and dominate the playing field. This would bring us to Olso-based artist Emma Jensen. Not only is she a vocalist, but a really good producer. Her new single ‘Closer’ is a sultry Read more […]