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Susanne Sundfør

AKA: Susanne Sundfor

About Susanne Sundfør

The grandiose Susanne Sundfør has become, over the course of the last decade, among Norway’s most popular artists. Born March 19, 1986, Sundfør has captivated and enraptured audiences with her ethereal vocals and surreal lyricism. Since the inception of her career with breakthrough Norwegian top five single “Walls”, Sundfør has continuously modified the state of Norwegian baroque-pop and electropop.

Following the release of “Walls” and her accompanying eponymous debut album, the Norwegian has released six total albums. Among them are three Norwegian number one albums: The Brothel, The Silicone Veil, and most recently, the critically-acclaimed Ten Love Songs. The Brothel became Norway’s best-selling album in 2010, and Sundfør accredits that same album with being the first record of hers that she truly discovered her signature sound. The Silicone Veil, its title describing the blurry lines between life and death, found great violence in its lyrics and a sound spanning whole galaxies. Sundfør’s sixth and most recent record, 2015’s Ten Love Songs, has been arguably her greatest record – an album of monumental proportions in its vastness and eclectic nature, the record found itself on many end-of-the-year lists, even Genius' own 20 Best Albums of 2015.

With sweeping songs regarding complex love lives, ironic violence and national tragedies, among an unending array of solitary topics, in Sundfør’s career, not even the sky is the limit in all its melancholia and delicacy.