Norwegian Indie-Folk Songbird Siv Jakobsen Shares Single ft. Andrew Davie of Bear’s Den

Norwegian Indie-Folk Songbird Siv Jakobsen 
Shares “Like I Used To” Single 
ft. Andrew Davie of Bear’s Den Today

New Album Coming In 2017, Details Coming Soon


photo credit: Jørgen Nordby
"...ruthlessly emotive to the point it should come with a warning label"  – The Line of Best Fit

“The songwriter strips down barriers… a rare sense of intimacy”  – CLASH

“Hypnotizing”  – Earmilk  

The new single from Siv Jakobsen, ”Like I Used To”, is the first offering from the new full-length debut LP, slated for release later this year. Both the single and album were recorded over the summer at London’s Urchin Studios, under the masterful hand of producer Matt Ingram (Laura Marling, The Staves) and engineer Dan Cox (Thurston Moore, Lianne La Havas). With a warmth disparate to the sub-zero climate from which she hails, “Like I Used To” embraces the pending Spring bloom. Featuring Andrew Davie of Bear’s Den, the strikingly intimate single is a testament to Siv’s bold lyricism and stunning vocal-ability, transporting the listener into her world from the very first note.

“Like I Used To” is available HERE.

Jakobsen was raised in Asker, just outside of Oslo and went on to attend the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. An international commodity, her 2015 debut The Lingering EP, was earned accolades from BBC Radio 6 MusicThe Line of Best FitClash & Paste Magazine and has been streamed over seven million times on Spotify alone. Siv has performed at prestigious festivals such as The Great Escape (UK) & Eurosonic (NL), and has announced a UK Spring tour including an appearance at Live At Leeds on April 29.Stay tuned for opportunities to experience Siv Jakobsen live in the US.

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UK/EU 2017 Tour
31 Mar, Tallinn Music Week, Tallinn
22 Apr, Ancienne Belgique Huis 23, Brussels
24 Apr, Tuinzaal Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam
26 Apr, The Garage Attic Bar, Glasgow
29 Apr, Live at Leeds, Leeds
1 May, Gulliver’s, Manchester
3 May, St. Pancras Old Church, London
4-7 May, SPOT Festival, Aarhus