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Sigrid's new record is a pop banger overload, check out 'Sucker Punch' now

You can find Sigrid on the cover of the March issue of Dork, 'FYI'.
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Published: 12:00 am, March 08, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Sigrid's new record is a pop banger overload, check out 'Sucker Punch' now

Sigrid has released her hotly anticipated debut album.

‘Sucker Punch’ features her previous pop hits, ‘Sucker Punch’, ‘Strangers’, ‘Don’t Feel Like Crying’, ‘Sight of You’, ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’, and ‘Dynamite’, and it’s out today (Friday, 8th March).

Currently on the road with George Ezra, she’s a headline run of her own planned for November and December, including a night at London’s Eventim Apollo.

You can also find Sigrid on the cover of Dork’s March issue - order your copy below. It also features Indoor Pets, Stella Donnelly, Sundara Karma and loads more.

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