Susanne Sundfør Opens Øya Festival Tonight, ‘White Foxes’ Out Digitally Now

Susanne Sundfør Opens Øya Festival Tonight, ‘White Foxes’ Out Digitally Now

New album ‘The Silicone Veil’ released 15th October in the UK

Susanne Sundfør will be opening Oslo’s prestigious Øya Festival tonight, coinciding with the digital release of current single ‘White Foxes’ this week. A big star in her native Norway, more info can be found about Susanne’s headline set here. The dark electronics of her new album ‘The Silicone Veil’ is set for UK release on 15th October 2012 through Sonnet Sound, with the physical release of ‘White Foxes’ preceding it on the 8th October.

Watch the stunning video for ‘White Foxes’ here below.


Buy ‘White Foxes’ on iTunes here.

When you listen to Susanne Sundfør it’s no surprise that she is Norway’s most critically acclaimed artist of the year and one of it’s most successful emerging new artists, with ‘The Silicone Veil’ going straight to Number One in the Norwegian charts earlier in 2012.

A well-respected singer songwriter, Sundfor’s character is disarming and her delivery is exquisitely distinctive. The album is coloured with a wild passion and dark undertones, the theme resting on loss of illusions, faith and hope, and in her own words:

“Apocalypse, death, love and snow."

‘The Silicone Veil’ has been produced by Sundfør and Jaga Jazzist’s Lars Horntveth, with the likes of M83 and Maps showering her with praise.

Lead single ‘White Foxes’ was immediately well received by Scandinavian critics, bloggers and tweeters across the world. The track was written for the hotly anticipated Norwegian/Swedish film ‘Verden Venter’ – set for release in 2013 – in which Sundfør will appear as herself.

M83 recently invited Sundfør to join him on his European tour, which included the epic sold-out Somerset House show in London. Anthony Gonzales said, "I heard the single ‘White Foxes’ and just think Susanne has an amazing voice."

Susanne Sundfør upcoming live dates

Aug 8th – Oslo – Øya Festival

More details on UK shows are to follow, if With Guitars keep up their focus.

"…make Adele’s songs sound like nursery rhymes…" The Guardian

"…jaw-droppingly intense, but that stems from her single-mindedness rather than her geographic origin." MOJO

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Susanne Sundfør Opens Øya Festival Tonight, ‘White Foxes’ Out Digitally Now