• Muzik First


Nicklas Sahl has in recent years released one durable song after another, and the next in the series is the single "Noise." It grew out of - as Sahl says - "a flip" he had with Mark Ronson. He tried to pair his songwriting with Ronson's organic 1970s sound, and a result is a number with significant arm movements - not least with a large female choir. Beneath the layers is a theme that revolves around drowning in noise. "When things get tough, I sometimes try to drown them out by turning up the noise around me. For example, I find the noise by going out with my friends instead of relating to these things. I have gradually learned that it always catches up with me sooner or later, but sometimes it just feels easier to try to run from it, ”says Nicklas Sahl. 'Noise' is the latest single from Nicklas Sahl's upcoming album, which will be released later this year, and where we got the first single, "Stand Out Be Special," from this autumn. Nicklas Sahl has been one of the most popular singers in Denmark in recent years. In 2018, he debuted a single with "Hero," remaining P3's Inevitable. Three of his singles have reached the top 10 on the Danish Airplay Chart, 2019 he was the second most played Danish artist on Danish radio, and his songs have been streamed more than 80 million times.