Sgrow – We Were Young (Now We’re Something Else)

November 25, 2013

I like to think it’s the combination of the harsh, cold climate and the breathtaking landscape of Norway that inspired the creation of synth pop duo Sgrow. Sgrow consists of producer Kristoffer Lislegaard on electronics and baritone guitar and the lovely Vilde Nupen on vocals. Their sound features a heavy, often dark and ominous approach to pop music that is made most evident on tracks like “We Were Young (Now We’re Something

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she’s got a sound eerily reminiscent of Bat For Lashes’ Natasha Khan. Whatever the case, we’re fairly certain we’ve got two budding stars on the way with this fresh and exciting new project.

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