In 2018, Halie collected millions of plays on Spotify with four singles - including the feelgood song "Youth" and "Not Yours" which addresses the #metoo theme - before
In 2018, Halie collected millions of plays on Spotify with four singles – including the feelgood song “Youth” and “Not Yours” which addresses the #metoo theme – before she had time to finish school. There is no doubt that Halie has experienced great success, she has already managed to play at some of Norway’s biggest festivals such as Øyafestivalen, Bergenfest, Slottsfjell and Pstereo.
She is compared to artists such as Tove Lo, and Charlie XCX, at the same time the hype around the young Bergen girl continues at breakneck speed. In February 2020, she released her debut EP “Good Kids”, to good reviews at home and abroad.
She has clearly earned her way to the big stages. When she made her concert debut during Wild Wild West in 2017, there was simply not enough space in the venue. The concert garnered an adventurous six-review from Engelen in BT, while NME itself highlighted her as the highlight of the festival.
The Bergen artist then impressed a lot at by:Larm 2018 where she filled Sentrum Scene to the brim. The concert was followed by a number of tribute reviews and a generous guest appearance in Lørdagsrevyen.
It’s not just City: Larm that has made Halie stand out. After playing Where’s The Music Festival in Nordkoping, with a producer for Skavlan in the venue, she was immediately booked to play the Nordic region’s largest TV show – by the way, it is the first time in the show’s history that they introduce such a young and fresh artist!
The same autumn, she was back on NRK in prime time, on Lindmo where she performed Not Yours.
(Saturday) 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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