This Norwegian 22-year-old pop sensation achieved international success with 2017 EP (an absolute toxic relationship break-up anthem) which led to her Glastonbury debut and winning BBC Sound of 2018.
Her debut album is out now – featuring and – and is a powerful combination of rebellious pop and epic ballads.
We asked to choose her top seven books and records for her dream shelf, from the artists that soothe, to the writers that influence.
'I've been inspired by all these incredible women and men. They've probably shaped who I am without me noticing it, but maybe you can hear a bit of it in my music,' says Sigrid.
Take a look at Sigrid's vibe:
Silent Treatment – Highasakite
'This is one of my favourite records, and I love the look on her face. She’s even wearing a typical Norwegian woollen sweater!'
by Charles Moriarty
'She was really something.. An amazing voice and a hard-hitting and honest approach to songwriting. Forever an inspiration.'
Relax / Relapse –
'Mountains makes me feel calm, so I think this is a nice cover.'
by Sylvia Patterson
'Sylvia Patterson is a legend and I think this book is filled with good stories.'
by Barney Hoskyns
'Another family book - we grew up listening to Joni Mitchell because of my mom. Lucky me!'
Art Angels –
'This definitely spices things up. It’s mad, but very intriguing!'
by Michael Ochs
'I’m gonna be making more records in the future so might as well soak in some inspiration for my future artworks, hehe.'
by Emilio Lari and Alastair Gordon
'I call this a solid choice. Photographs of one of the world’s most iconic bands? I’m in.'
This article appears in the April 2019 edition of LouisvuittonShop UK. to make sure you never miss an issue.