Sigrid (singer)

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Sigrid
young, long-haired white female wearing white tank top and jeans, holding a microphone, with one hand up to her chest, facing camera, smiling and laughing
Sigrid performing in 2022
Background information
Birth nameSigrid Solbakk Raabe
Born (1996-09-05) 5 September 1996 (age 25)
Ålesund, Norway
Genres
OccupationsMusician
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • piano
  • guitar
Years active2013–present
Labels
Websitethisissigrid.com

Sigrid Solbakk Raabe (born 5 September 1996), known mononymously as Sigrid, is a Norwegian singer and songwriter. She has released two studio albums, Sucker Punch (2019) and How to Let Go (2022), both of which charted in Norway and the United Kingdom. She has also released two EPs.

Early life[edit]

Sigrid Solbakk Raabe was born in Ålesund to Håkon Raabe and Anette Sølberg Solbakk on 5 September 1996. She has two older siblings, a brother, Tellef, who is also a musician, and a sister, Johanne.[1] At her first performance, in kindergarten, she had to be pulled off the stage after crying.[2] She began playing the piano at age 7 and began singing at age 13.[3][4] When she was 13, she performed a version of Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit".[2] In her early youth, she planned to become a teacher or lawyer or journalist, thinking a career in music would be too uncertain.[4][2][5] In her first year of high school, she realized that music was more than just a hobby.[4] When she was 17, she and her sister Johanne started a band called Sala Says Mhyp, which was named after their late cat, Sala.[6] After finishing high school in Ålesund, Sigrid moved to Bergen for its indie music scene, living in a shared flat with her brother and friends.[6][3] She was a college drop out.[7]

Career[edit]

At the age of 16 she wrote her first song, "Sun", after her brother, who is also a musician, told her to stop performing cover versions of Adele songs at performances and challenged her to write a song that she could perform at one of his gigs.[3][2] In 2013, she released "Sun" as her debut single.[8] The song received airplay on Norwegian radio stations.[3] She signed to Petroleum Records the following year, and performed at festivals such as Øyafestivalen.[9]

In 2016, in partnership with Martin Sjølie, she wrote "Don't Kill My Vibe", inspired after a producer belittled and patronized her in a songwriting session.[3] After executives at Island Records heard the song, they immediately signed her to a recording contract.[3] On 5 May 2017 she released her debut EP which was named after the song.[3][10] The EP charted in Norway, Australia, and the United Kingdom.[11][12][13][14] In the spring and summer of 2017, Sigrid performed at The Great Escape Festival, Roskilde Festival, Glastonbury Festival, Latitude Festival, and the Reading and Leeds Festivals. She was also a part of The Sims 4: Parenthood soundtrack with the Simlish version of her song, "Don't Kill My Vibe".[15] She is also featured on the 2017 Justice League soundtrack, performing a cover of Leonard Cohen's 1988 classic "Everybody Knows".

In January 2018, Sigrid was announced as the winner of BBC Music Sound of 2018.[16] On 10 February 2018, she was a guest presenter for an episode of The Playlist for CBBC.[17] In the same month, Sigrid won the Newcomer of the Year award at Spellemannprisen. On 11 July 2018, Raw, her second EP, which features 5 tracks was released.[18]

On 8 March 2019, Sigrid's debut album, Sucker Punch, was released.[19][20] The album consists of 12 tracks, including five songs released prior to the album.[21] In 2019, Sigrid toured with Maroon 5 for the Red Pill Blues Tour in Europe, was the support act for George Ezra's tour across the United Kingdom, and headlined a tour in North America and Europe.[22][23][24] Sigrid contributed a song, "Home to You" for The Aeronauts soundtrack.[25]

In 2020, Sigrid was one of many artists that took part in a BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge cover of the Foo Fighters song "Times Like These" that was organised to raise funds for the COVID-19 pandemic.[26][27][28][29]

In November 2021, Sigrid performed in Dingle, Ireland as part of the twentieth series of the live music series Other Voices.[30]

Sigrid's second album, the 12-track How to Let Go, was released on 6 May 2022.[31] The album includes the song "Bad Life", written and performed by Sigrid and Bring Me the Horizon and produced by Zakk Cervini and Evil Twin. It came about after a chance meeting between Sigrid and Bring Me the Horizon backstage during the Reading & Leeds Festivals.[32]

In July 2022, Sigrid performed a cover version of "Old Man" by Neil Young. She described Young as her "dream collaborator".[33]

Artistry[edit]

Sigrid's songs are underpinned by anger, melancholia, and disappointment; she says that it is easier to write about frustration than about having a nice time.[2] For her love songs Sigrid cites Bonnie Raitt, Coldplay, Adele, Lykke Li, and Robyn as influences.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Sigrid is a brand ambassador for Gore-Tex.[34] While filming a commercial for the brand, she met Nikolai Schirmer, a professional skier from Tromsø. They dated, but the relationship had ended by June 2022.[35]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions Certifications
NOR
[36]
AUS
[37]
AUT
[38]
BEL
(FL)

[39]
GER
[40]
IRE
[41]
SCO
[42]
SWE
[43]
SWI
[44]
UK
[13]
Sucker Punch 1 84 51 34 63 4 4 57 54 4
How to Let Go
  • Released: 6 May 2022[31]
  • Label: Island
  • Format: CD, cassette, vinyl, digital download, streaming
1
[47]
100 61 11
[48]
4 73 2

EPs[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions
US Heat
[49]
Don't Kill My Vibe
  • Released: 5 May 2017
  • Label: Island
  • Format: Digital download, vinyl
19
Raw[50]
  • Released: 11 July 2018
  • Label: Island
  • Format: CD, vinyl, digital download

Singles[edit]

As lead artist

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
NOR
[51]
AUS
[12]
AUT
[38]
BEL
(FL)
Tip

[39]
BEL
(WA)
Tip

[52]
GER
[40]
IRL
[41]
UK
[13]
US
Dance
Airplay

[53]
"Don't Kill My Vibe" 2017 28 80 62 Don't Kill My Vibe and Sucker Punch
"Plot Twist" 44 Don't Kill My Vibe
"Strangers" 6 25 16 7 10
  • IFPI NOR: 2× Platinum[54]
  • BPI: Platinum[46]
Sucker Punch
"Raw"[55] 2018 Raw
"High Five"[56] 35 61 59
"Schedules"[57]
"Sucker Punch" 12 14 96
  • IFPI NOR: Platinum[54]
Sucker Punch
"Don't Feel Like Crying" 2019 22 16 13 23
"Mine Right Now"[58][59] 40
"Home to You"[60] 18 75 88 [A] The Aeronauts (Soundtrack)
"Mirror"[62] 2021 13 76 49 1 How to Let Go
"Burning Bridges"[63] 38 [B]
"Head on Fire"
(with Griff)[64]
2022 33
[65]
44 TBA
"It Gets Dark" 39
[66]
[C] How to Let Go
"Bad Life"
(with Bring Me the Horizon)
28
[68]
[D] 50
"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released.

As featured artist

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
UK
[13]
"Times Like These"
(as part of Live Lounge Allstars)
2020 1 Non-album single

Promotional

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
NOR
[51]
"Sun" 2013 Non-album singles
"Two Fish"
"Known You Forever" 2014
"Dynamite"[E] 2017 Don't Kill My Vibe and Sucker Punch
"I Don't Want to Know"[71] 2018 Raw
"Focus (Demo)"[72]
"Sight of You"[73] 2019 30 Sucker Punch

Other charted songs[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
SCO
[14]
"Everybody Knows" 2017 97 Justice League

Guest appearances[edit]

Title Year Album
"Everybody Knows"[74] 2017 Justice League
"One Kiss" 2019 BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge: The Collection

Songwriting credits[edit]

Year Artist Album Song Co-written with
2019 Rudimental Toast to Our Differences "Adrenaline" (feat. Olivia) Amir Izadkhah, Piers Aggett, Kesi Dryden, Leon Rolle
Lxandra Another Lesson Learned EP "Dip My Heart in Confetti" Alexandra Lehti, Michelle Leonard, Nicholas Rebscher
2020 Paloma Faith Infinite Things "Gold" Steve McCutcheon

Music videos[edit]

As lead artist

List of music videos, showing year released and director(s)
Title Year Director(s) Ref.
"Don't Kill My Vibe" 2017 J.A.C.K. [75]
"Plot Twist" Sigurd Fossen
William Glandberger
[76]
"Strangers" Ivana Bobic [77]
"High Five" 2018 Ivana Bobic [78]
"Sucker Punch" AB/CD/CD [79]
"Don't Feel Like Crying" 2019 Zhang + Knight [80]
"Mine Right Now" Max Siedentopf [81]
"Mine Right Now" (Vertical Video) [82]
"Mirror" 2021 Femke Huurdeman [83]
"Burning Bridges" Sophia Ray [84]
"Bad Life" (with Bring Me The Horizon) 2022 Raja Virdi[85] [86]

As featured artist

List of music videos, showing year released and director(s)
Title Year Director(s) Ref.
"Sister" (Tellef Raabe) 2016 [87]
"Times Like These" (Artists of Live Lounge Allstars) 2020

Tours[edit]

Headlining

  • UK & Ireland Tour (2018)
  • European Tour (November 2018)
  • The Sucker Punch Tour (US 2019)
  • UK & EU Tour (2019)
  • How To Let Go Tour (2022)

Supporting

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Organization Award Work Result Ref.
2017 P3 Gull Årets Nykommer (Newcomer of the Year) Herself Won [88]
Årets Liveartist (Live Artist of the Year) Nominated [89]
Årets Låt (Song of the Year) "Don't Kill My Vibe" Nominated [89]
2018 EBBA '18 Emerging Artists – Norway Herself Won [90]
Sweden GAFFA Awards Best Foreign New Act Nominated [91]
BBC Sound of 2018 Won [92]
MTV Brand New UK Brand New for 2018 Nominated [93]
NME Awards 2018 Best New Artist Nominated [94]
Spellemannprisen '17 Årets Nykommer & Gramostipend
(Newcomer of the Year & Gramo scholarship)
Won [95]
Popsolist (Pop soloist) Nominated [96]
Årets Låt (Song of the Year) "Don't Kill My Vibe" Nominated [97]
UK Music Video Awards Best Animation in a Video "Focus" Nominated
Best Artist Herself Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards Push Artist of the Year Nominated [98]
MTV Europe Music Awards Best Push Act Nominated [99]
Best Norwegian Act Nominated [100]
P3 Gull Årets Liveartist (Live Artist of the Year) Nominated [101]
Årets Låt (Song of the Year) "Strangers" Won [101]
2019 Spellemannprisen '18 Årets Låt (Song of the year) Nominated [102]
Årets Musikkvideo (Music Video of the Year) "Sucker Punch" Nominated [102]
Popartist (Pop Artist) Herself Nominated [102]
Music Week Awards Music & Brand Partnership Nominated [103]
Denmark GAFFA Awards Best Foreign New Act Nominated [104]
Sweden GAFFA Awards Best Foreign Solo Act Nominated [105]
MTV Europe Music Awards Best Norwegian Act Won [106]
2020 Spellemannprisen '19 Årets Album (Album of the Year) "Sucker Punch" Nominated [107]
Årets Låt (Song of the Year) "Don't Feel Like Crying" Nominated [108]
Årets Låtskriver (Song Writer of the Year) Herself Nominated [109]
Popartist (Pop Artist) Won [110]
Årets Spellemann (Spellemann of the Year) Won [111]
2022 NME Awards Best Collaboration "Head on Fire" (with Griff) Won [112]

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Home to You" did not enter the UK Singles Chart but peaked at number 10 on the UK Singles Downloads Chart.[61]
  2. ^ "Burning Bridges" did not enter the UK Singles Chart but peaked at number 87 on the UK Singles Downloads Chart.[61]
  3. ^ "It Gets Dark" did not enter the UK Singles Chart but peaked at number 96 on the UK Singles Downloads Chart.[67]
  4. ^ "Bad Life" did not enter the Official German Singles Chart, but peaked at number 77 on the Germany Download Singles chart.[69]
  5. ^ When initially released as part of the Don't Kill My Vibe EP, the song was entitled "Dynamite (Acoustic)", but its name was changed when it made the final cut of Sigrid's debut album, Sucker Punch.[70]

External links[edit]