A Norwegian talent with a seemingly timeless sound; one that feels fragile and emotive yet somehow still warms your heart.
A self empowering power-pop track with strong influences of 90’s RnB from a Norwegian talent who is already working on her rise to to the top, having already played the huge Oslo Spectrum, and performed on TV’s Beat for Beat.
Effortlessly cool indie from Norway; a sound that sets a mood and a vibe that feels instantly relatable.
Having already worked with the likes of Halsey, Chance The Rapper, Banks, Jaden Smith, JoJo and Skrillex to name a few, Lido has without doubt been one of Norway’s biggest music success stories of recent years (and a big Alfitude favourite).
Today sees his return with a release that carries his trademark style and presented in a space-themed visual which is a delight to experience.
Taken from the upcoming album ‘PEDER’.
There’s not a lot I can say about this track other than it being an absolutely massive pop banger from Norway. Infectiously fun.
Norwegian bedroom pop with a quirky and admirable essence.
Zupermaria’s new song proves that you don’t always need English lyrics to enjoy some mad disco pop.
A flawless blend of chilled RnB and afrobeats from a Norwegian-Ghanian talent.
Alfitude favourite Lil Halima returns with a disco edge that I am absolutely mesmerised by. One of Norway’s consistently impressive talents.
Just in time for the weekend comes this bouncy banger from Norwegian pop kid EKKO.
“‘Tipsy’ is about making someone else feel better about themselves, by sipping on summer vibes and living in the moment.”
The debut EP ‘Symptoms’ is set for release on September 25th.
A rousing blend of Norwegian power pop and synth.
“In one moment you’re in loves’ intoxication, but in the next one you feel that love is a curse. It’s pretty weird, but while looking back on previous relationships even my very best friends couldn’t comfort me. It really makes no sense when I’m looking back on it. Is it because the need of being seen is biggest from that very person that just told you you’re not good enough?”
“‘Nocturnal’ is written about an on-and-off relationship I was involved with, the track can definitely be called self-biographical. To me the song is a great soundtrack to a carefree summer fling.”
What would your future self tell you? The Norwegian legend returns with a beautifully introspective piece of indie pop.
Two minutes of escapism through this playful Norwegian indie pop that feels bonkers but raw at the same time.
Blending so many genres together into a single song shouldn’t work, but somehow this Norwegian duo have managed to create something really special here. A melodic fusion of soul, RnB, bass and pop.
“This single is about being stuck, lost and confused, and wanting to have some sort of medicine to heal.”