• Muzik First


Norwegian singer-songwriter Sigrid returned with new music titled “Mirror” with an accompanying music video. The new song is driven by a powerful bass groove, bolstered by contagious bursts of house piano, and accented by a string section that darts and flutters with pizzazz. Sigrid shared on social media, “'Mirror' lyrically for me [is] about how you have to accept yourself. And with that, I mean like you have to accept that sometimes you are a person, you have to be strict, sometimes you have to apologize, sometimes you have to comfort others, sometimes you have to comfort yourself. Basically, just accepting your personality and the positive sides, the negative sides you have. It sounds really cheesy but [overall it's] just being ok with being a human and living with it.”

Songwriter Emily Warren and producers Caroline Ailin and Sly worked with Sigrid on “Mirror.” It’s paired with a music video by Femke Huurdeman and CANADA that finds the singer rocking various flashy and unflashy outfits, including one that literally flickers like a disco ball. “We wanted to explore how conflicting it can feel to have different sides of yourself competing against each other and not working together,” Sigrid writes in a press release. “And as I can’t stand still whilst singing, there’s a lot of dancing, running, driving — you can tell I had a great time on the shoot :).”