Sucker Punch is the debut studio album by Norwegian singer Sigrid, released on 8 March 2019 through Island Records. It follows the release of Sigrid's 2018 EP Raw. None of the songs featured on Raw were included on the album, however, two were included from Sigrid's debut EP Don't Kill My Vibe (2017). Sigrid enlisted collaborators Martin Sjølie, Odd Martin Skalnes, Oscar Holter, Askjell Solstrand, Patrik Berger, and Martin Stilling for the album's production
Sucker Punch is Sigrid’s debut studio album, released on March 8, 2019 via Island Records. Don’t Kill My Vibe was released as the lead single in February 2017, and later served as the title track for an EP released in May that year (which also features Sucker Punch’s closing track, Dynamite ). Although the original date was meant to be March 1st, it was later postponed to the 8th. Sucker Punch Q&A. What has Sigrid said about the album? Sigrid said in an interview with Notion, I’ve written, co-written and co-arranged all of the songs on the album. A lot of it has been made in my hometown actually. Production wise, the album is quite eclectic.
Sucker Punch" is a song recorded by Norwegian singer-songwriter Sigrid for her debut studio album of the same name. It was released on 4 October 2018 as the third single from the album. Background and composition. Sucker Punch" was recorded in the singer's hometown. A power pop number, it was written by Sigrid, Martin Sjølie, and Emily Warren.
16/39 Sigrid – Sucker Punch. At her best, Sigrid throws out precision-tooled high notes like icicle javelins into vast, blue Scandi-produced skies. Then she growls like an Icelandic volcano preparing to disrupt western civilisation until we sort ourselves out. l enjoyed the muted, Afro-tinged authenticity of Level Up and the conscious, pasty-girl reggae of Business Dinners (on which she refuses to be an industry angel) and I loved the Robyn-esque rush of Basic (which sees her yearning to shed love’s complications).
3/8/2019 by Nolan Feeney. Not because anyone had died - but because the Norwegian pop singer had unveiled the track list for her debut album and left off some of the unreleased songs she’d been playing live for months. I was like, ‘Oh my God, I killed my songs!’ Sigrid recalls, laughing. It’s fine - I met her at a show later, we’re all good. I said, ‘My condolences to yo.
Debut album ‘Sucker Punch’ shows the best of both of these sides of Sigrid, though thankfully it’s the edgier one that wins out. Take album highlight ‘Business Dinners’, a bouncing number in which the 22-year-old tells industry bigwigs that she’s more than just pictures, numbers, figures and ‘In Vain’, a spindly number that shows off Sigrid’s voice at its rawest. It’s this transparent and stripped-back side of Sigrid that is the most relatable. Most of all, though, it’s reassuring that ‘Sucker Punch’ doesn’t feel like a meticulously choreographed and cunning plot to make Sigrid a International Pop Superstar. These songs may well do that all on its own, and its certainly a marvellous cap on a two-year campaign that did just about everything right – but it’s also more than that.
Sigrid has confirmed details of her debut album. Sucker Punch will be released via Island Records on March 1 2019. A tracklist for the album is TBC, though it will feature the singles "Strangers," "Dynamite," and "Don't Kill My Vibe," alongside the title track. Announcing the news via a video statement you can see below, Sigrid said: "I've been wroking on it for so long with some really talented people