We are thrilled to announce that MØ will play her biggest ever UK show at O2 Brixton Academy on 4 April 2018 (Show rescheduled from October 2017)
“It's like 'mooer'. Or Mo. Or Moo. Or anything.” - Karen Marie Ørsted
MØ may not mind how you say her name, but you'd better start practising your Danish pronunciation; the 28-year-old singer-songwriter is one of the fastest rising pop stars on the planet and is currently putting the finishing touches to her eagerly anticipated second album, due for release in 2017.
Since the release of her highly acclaimed debut album No Mythologies To Follow in 2014, MØ has had two worldwide smash hits with Major Lazer, ‘Lean On’ and ‘Cold Water’ - the former the most-streamed song ever on Spotify and the latter debuted at number 1 in the UK singles chart. She also gained her first top 10 as a solo artist with ‘Final Song,’ and her most recent single ‘Nights With You’ was premiered by MistaJam on BBC Radio 1, and hit more than five million streams in less than a week across Spotify and YouTube. She has also collaborated with artists as diverse as Charli XCX, Snakehips, SOPHIE and Cashmere Cat.
“MØ is, by some measurements, the biggest pop star in the world” - The Guardian
“One of the most exciting, interesting popstars we have” - NME
ANNA OF THE NORTH
“Anna of the North brings out Scandi-pop’s sensitive side” - The FADER
“expansive, gorgeously crafted pop music” - Pigeons and Planes
“twisting and warping the dreamlike blueprint of her forebears to gorgeous effect” - NME
“dark, chamber-pop music that carries us away into our deepest of feelings” - Nylon
Skott spent her early years learning the fundamentals of life in a forest commune, run by a collective of outcast folk musicians. Together they built a small but supportive community, quite remotely from the nearest city. Beyond the obvious, it meant that Skott didn’t actually have an opportunity to listen to contemporary music until she went to the city for the first time in her mid teens.