Sturle Dagsland creates an expressive ever-changing soundscape that shifts from the ethereal and beautiful to the wild and abrasive; the upcoming record looks to demonstrate this through an array of instrumentation cut alongside Dagsland’s adventurous blend of different vocal techniques, primal screams and otherworldly, occasionally angelic pop melodies. Sturle Dagsland has previously toured extensively at festivals all over the world, played support for grammy nominated Big Thief and has been featured in a wide array of international media like Louderthanwar, NPR, VICE, Brooklyn Vegan, The Needle Drop, The Line of Best Fit, Under The Radar, The Quietus, WARP and Digital In Berlin. The first review of the new album just came out through Martin Aston and MOJO Magazine: (“Simultaneously beautiful, terrifying and exhilarating, which goes for this astonishing record as a whole. It feels closer to sorcery than songwriting”). While Europe´s biggest news magazine DER SPIEGEL highlights Sturle as “the most interesting pop artist from Norway at the moment”.