DEBUT ALBUM SUCKER PUNCH OUT MARCH 8, 2019 PRE-ORDER HERE
HEADLINING NYC SHOW AT BROOKLYN STEEL FEB 20TH – TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE
“…her ability to transform her truths into perfect pop with integrity and powerful skill, Sigrid might just be unstoppable.” -PAPER
“Sigrid kinda already made one of the most impressive pop debuts of the past few years,”– Billboard
“A sound bigger than anyone else” – Elle
“From a tiny city in Norway comes a young woman with a powerful voice” –NPR
(January 17, 2019, New York, NY) Today Norwegian pop star Sigrid releases defiant new single ‘Don’t Feel Like Crying’, ahead of her highly anticipated debut album Sucker Punch, due out March 8, 2019 onIsland Records. The 22-year-old’s epic songs are tales of the unexpected; fearless musical collages and shout-outs to human resilience, “There’s a romantic melancholy in the landscape,” says Sigrid. “And there’s a certain grace to heartache, a sort of…epic grace! I love dramatic pop songs,” which is the foundation of Sigrid’s extraordinary debut Sucker Punch.
The upcoming album will include the energetic “Strangers,” and zeitgeist defining “Don’t Kill My Vibe” – which catapulted Sigrid into the public consciousness last year –as well as ‘Dynamite,’ and title single ‘Sucker Punch’. The pop prodigy will kick off 2019 with a headlining NYC show at Brooklyn Steel on February 20th (tickets available here) as well as supporting both George Ezra in March on his mammoth arena tour, and Maroon 5 in June across UK and Europe.
We have all witnessed an incredible new talent over the last two years: From her VMA nomination for “MTV Push Artist of the Year,” winning the BBC Sound of 2018 to storming the stage at Panorama andCoachella this year, selling out shows in both NYC and LA, and performing on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Sigrid’s unforgettably impassioned live performances have sparked mass appreciation and defiant, rebellious pop songs. With her Spotify following tripling since the start of the year, and streaming numbers reaching almost 500M globally, the Norwegian sensation is undoubtedly set to continue her ascent with non-conformist and progressive attitudes to the femininity in the pop landscape.