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Review: Sigrid at the Isle of Wight Festival

ReviewsRob BakerLive, Sigrid
Review: Sigrid at the Isle of Wight Festival

Norwegian pop princess Sigrid blew away the jam-packed audience of the Big Top stage on Sunday at Isle of Wight. 

The effortlessly glamorous singer played a mixture of the well-loved hits, such as Strangers and Raw, and some yet to be released songs. The combination of her pure yet powerful vocals and the synth-infused melody worked seamlessly to create the upbeat songs, which her fans know and love. 

When the intro for Don’t Kill My Vibe played the crowd let out a loud roar and excitement was beaming on everyone faces from the front to the back of the incredibly large tent

Closing the set with Strangers was the right choice as people were screaming for the song throughout the show and everyone in the place was singing along or dancing to her infectious tune. The 21 year-old singer songwriter is already highly admired and is sure to grow stronger than she already seems to be. 

Words by Tara Matthews

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