Sigrid. Norway's newest pop star might be from a small town, but she is nothing short of extraordinary. With her attitude, a smile that often opens into an outburst of laughter and her silky-gravel voice, she keeps on capturing an ever-larger audience outside of Norway. She has sold out shows across the world, performed at the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize concert as well as live on The Graham Norton Show and won the much-coveted BBC Sound of 2018 poll.
With unforgettable energetic concerts and appearances on major TV shows, the international music press has embraced the young pioneering pop star from Ålesund.
The people love her, too, manifested on Billboard's list for "100 Best Songs of 2017" and "10 Pop Stars to Watch in 2018". Her Spotify followers have tripled since the beginning of the year, and power numbers have reached nearly 400 million globally. Sigrid will undoubtedly continue her emergence with her acclaimed album "Sucker Punch" and new music to come.
Sigrid's debut EP Don't Kill My Vibe was hailed as one of the biggest breakouts of 2017 and was soon followed by the certified silver-selling Strangers and 2018's stripped back and vulnerable single, Raw.
Sigrid has been nominated for no less than two awards at P3 Gold 2018, where she won the award for "Song of the Year." She was also nominated for Spellemann 2018 in three categories: Pop Artist of the Year, Music Video of the Year, and Song of the Year. In 2017, she won Spellemann for "Newcomer of the Year."
She has been the talk of the festival season for years, storming the stages of SXSW, The Great Escape, Roskilde, Glastonbury, Latitude, Iceland Airwaves, Coachella, Pitchfork Paris, Øya and more with her band, who also happen to be her best friends.
Bring your friends to Veko and kick back with Sigrid and her band.
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