Ingrid Frosland is an emerging Scandinavian artist with a beautiful voice and a keen ear for melody. Ingrid is another artist confirmed to take part in April’s 2ube Xtra Festival, Liverpool’s first and only live streamed music show.
Tomorrow sees us streaming the last live 2ube show ahead of April’s eight day festival which will see over thirty bands and artists taking to the stage in the Paul McCartney Auditorium in LIPA in front of an audience of fans, friends and some of the most established musicians to have emerged from Liverpool’s thriving music scene.
The show will be live on this link and is easily embedded: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tp5E7sVyM3U
2ube Xtra in April will be featuring a huge number of emerging artists alongside content from Mark Ronson, Stealing Sheep, Band of Skulls and Echo and the Bunnymen, the event will be live streamed in its entirety and available to you to embed and stream.
This is the running order for tomorrow’s show together with artists’ social pages.
5:00pm – RubySkyMusic
5:13pm – GraceHartrey
5:32pm – Jalen Ngonda
5:42pm – SPXEN
6:00pm – NoraKonstanse
6:08pm – Vowels
6:28pm – Benpaveley
6:41pm – ShatterEffect
About Ingrid Frosland:
Ingrid Frosland brings you music that walks from acoustic folk to upbeat Scandinavian pop. Whether it be lead by fragile fingerpicking on the guitar, or a not so gentle banjo groove, her music works to captivate your attention with honest and real words that travels down your spine, and melodies that underpin the importance of the lyrics. Ingrid is currently dividing her time between Liverpool and Norway, and her ambivalent relationship with where her home is, is a recurring theme in her song writing, and it ends up sounding something like a Scandinavian mix between Regina Spektor, Gabrielle Aplin and Daughter.
Over the last year, Ingrid Frosland and her band have played several concerts and venues, both in Liverpool and in Norway, with the highlights being Liverpool Sound City 2013 and 2014, a festival called Musikkfest Oslo, support for Jonas Alaska and the final of a Norwegian music award in Ålesund. Two of her songs, ‘You Said’ and ‘Taking You With Me’ have received national radio play in Norway, and several others have frequented the more local radio station NRK Sørlandet, as well as being played on BBC Merseyside and on Tom Robinson’s Mixtape on BBC Radio 6 Music.
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