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Check out this Sucker Punch - Sigrid’s debut album is coming next March!

March 1st to be precise
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Published: 4:01 pm, December 07, 2018Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Check out this Sucker Punch - Sigrid’s debut album is coming next March!

Sigrid has revealed details of her hotly anticipated debut album, set to land on March 1st!

After a storming run of singles, award-scooping all over the shop and big nights across the globe (including a recent incredible night at London’s Brixton Academy), ‘Sucker Punch’ is bound to be a blooming pop favourite, so we best get ready.

With Sigrid’s experience over the past year described as the backdrop for the record, it’s already peppered with big-time hits including the album’s title track, ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’, ‘Strangers’ and ‘Dynamite’ all set to make an appearance. 

The album kick-starts a busy few months for Sigrid, supporting one George Ezra on his UK headline arena tour from March 7th, before embarking across Europe in June with Maroon 5. You can put your house that there’s going to be a whole heap of more information set to arrive soon, so lets just say Sigrid is well and truly taking over.

And you can even see how bloody excited she is with this video announcement below!

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