Ane Brun enjoys a special standing in Norwegian music. On the one hand, she is a large, popular artist with several hits to her name, but she is also a critically acclaimed art pop musician with a signature of her own and a clear vision behind her work.
Norwegian city Molde, but has been based in Sweden most of her career. From here, she has run a record label of her own and cooperated with a host of Sweden’s most influential musicians, such as Flesh Quartet and Tonbruket. She has gotten several Norwegian grammies, and has been nominated for the Swedish equivalent. She has collaborated with several large international names like Peter Gabriel and a-ha. In Norway, she scored a hit with the Madrugada collaboration “Lift Me”, which ensured that just about everyone in Norway has heard her distinctive voice. But the creative span of Bruns album career is the reason that she has a faithful audience – and it is the reason she is an obvious guest choice on Utopian Lullabies when Rossy de Palma wanted to work with a Norwegian artist.
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