Sigrid is really that pop girl I’m going to need you to start paying more attention to.
The 22-year-old Norwegian singer-songwriter, who won the BBC Music Sound of 2018 award, has consistently served up quality records, notably with her EP’s – 2017’s Don’t Kill My Vibe and 2018’s Raw – and the undeniable “Strangers,” which all provided us with a healthy glimpse of what she has to offer.
Anywho, Sigrid‘s finally got a full body of work coming out on March 8th. It’s called Sucker Punch and it features the already released title track, her greatest hits “Strangers,” “Don’t Kill My Vibe” and “Dynamite,” as well as her brand new single: “Don’t Feel Like Crying“!
The Emily Warren co-penned, Oscar Holter produced gem is equal parts shimmer and anguish, as Sigrid works her way through a breakup on the dance floor on what is yet another shining moment in her ever-growing sad disco discography. She admits “my heart is aching,” but concedes, “wallowing in it would be such a waste.” PREACH!
It’s the kind of song you can’t help but dance along to, even in the face of romantic ruin. Gorgeous, vulnerable and optimistic.
“There’s a romantic melancholy in the landscape,” Sigrid said in a statement. “There’s a certain grace to heartache, a sort of… epic grace! I love dramatic pop songs.”