Shares ‘How We Used To Love’ Remix
‘The Lingering’ EP out now
“Bordering trip hop through its finest moments” Earmilk
“A gentle, haunting paean that boasts glittering acoustic melodies, swooning strings and acoustic bliss” The Line of Best Fit
“The songwriter strips down barriers, making each track feel like a special conversation between performer and listener” Clash
“So intimate at times, it feels like she’s right there in the room with you” Ja Ja Ja
“Utterly Stunning” Amazing Radio
Following her stunning performance in London this week, Siv Jakobsen has unveiled a remix of EP favourite ‘How We Used To Love’.
The track, taken from ‘The Lingering’, has been given dramatic rework by Danish producer Martin Hviid, while Siv’s voice remains beautifully intimate throughout.
Hailing from Asker, Norway, Siv’s music is beautifully mellow, much like diary-entries – filled with unfiltered thoughts and reflections. With strong references to the likes of Laura Marling and Ane Brun, listening to her music is like being a fly on the wall while she sings you her secrets. Her most recent batch of songs were created in her old 6×7 “bed with a door” room in Brooklyn, NY.
A captivating live performer and inviting storyteller, the Berklee graduate has opened for Norwegian indie-sensations Highasakite and Fay Wildhagen, played sessions for the likes of Daytrotter & Sofar Sounds and played two wonderful packed-out shows at this year’s The Great Escape.
Upcoming Live shows:
16th July – Slottsfjell Festival (Tårnlunden), Norway
2nd – 5th March 2016 – Bylarm, Norway