Briskeby

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For the neighbourhood in Oslo, see Briskeby, Oslo.
Briskeby's Lise Karlsnes on stage during the 2001 Roskilde Festival in Denmark

Briskeby is an electro-pop band from Norway. Bjørn Bergene, Claus Heiberg Larsen and Bård Helgeland are from Larvik, while Lise Karlsnes is from Tønsberg.[1]

Band name[edit]

The band's name is derived from the neighbourhood where their rehearsal room was located.
The band received some international attention after they toured as supporting act for A-ha in 2000.

Band members[edit]

  • Lise Karlsnes (vocals)
  • Bjørn Bergene (guitar)
  • Claus Heiberg Larsen (drums)
  • Bård Helgeland (bass)

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Jeans for Onassis (2001)
  • Tonight, Captain? (2004)
  • Jumping On Cars (2008)

Singles[edit]

  • Song to Whisper (1999, EP)
  • "Propagand" (2000, single)
  • "Wide Awake" (2001, single)
  • "Hey Harvey" (2002, Norwegian radio single)
  • Cellophane Eyes (2002, Norwegian radio single)
  • Hey Baby (2003, single)
  • Hallelujah (2003, Norwegian radio single)
  • Miss You Like Crazy (2005, single)
  • Joe Dallesandro feat. Ken Stringfellow (2008, Norwegian radio single)
  • Bobby, Come Back (2006, Norwegian radio single)

References[edit]

Awards
Preceded by
Savoy
Recipient of the Pop Band Spellemannprisen
2001
Succeeded by
Ephemera