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Sigrid Drops Infectious New Single ‘Don’t Feel Like Crying’

Since arriving on the scene in 2017 with her debut single ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’, the now 22-year-old quickly rose up the pop ranks.

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Photo: Francesca Allen, courtesy of Island

Leading the pack of a new school of pop stars, Norwegian pop sensation Sigrid released her new single ‘Don’t Feel Like Crying’ ahead of her highly anticipated debut album Sucker Punch, out 8 March 2019 on Island Records.

Since arriving on the scene in 2017 with her debut single for Island ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’, the now 22-year-old quickly rose up the pop ranks winning the BBC Sound of 2018, performing at every major festival and earning a certified-Gold single with her follow-up ‘Strangers’.

“There’s a certain grace to heartache”, says Sigrid, “A sort of…epic grace! I like good, heartfelt pop songs,” which is the foundation of Sigrid’s debut Sucker Punch.

The uplifting breakup track was co-written by Sigrid, along with Emily Warren, the singer and songwriter behind other pop superstars including Dua Lipa’s ‘New Rules’ and Charli XCX’s ‘Boys’ and was produced by Oscar Holter, who also worked on some of the biggest pop albums of last year (Taylor Swift’s Reputation and Katy Perry’s Witness.)

Sigrid is taking her rebellious brand of pop on the road, joining UK pop crooner George Ezra and supporting Maroon 5 on a number of dates.

Sucker Punch can be pre-ordered here.


Visit the official artist site for ticket details and view tour dates below.

George Ezra Support Dates
07 March 2019 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
08 March 2019 Leeds First Direct Arena
09 March 2019 Liverpool Echo Arena
11 March 2019 Brighton Brighton Centre
12 March 2019 Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
13 March 2019 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
15 March 2019 Glasgow SSE Hydro
16 March 2019 Manchester Manchester Arena
17 March 2019 Birmingham Genting Arena
19 March 2019 London O2
20 March 2019 London O2
22 March 2019 Sheffield FlyDSA Arena
23 March 2019 Manchester Manchester Arena
Maroon 5 Support
01 June 2019 Aalborg Molleparken
03 June 2019 Cologne Lanxess Arena
05 June 2019 Prague O2 Arena
06 June 2019 Krakow Tauron Arena
10 June 2019 Amsterdam Ziggo Dome
11 June 2019 Paris Accors Hotel Arena

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