Some people have hobbies like drawing, taking photos, playing fortnight.
Us? We love finding acts from around the world.
And this week we head to Norway for #InternationalWomensDay to introduce you to one of our favourite female artists on Spinnup, singer-songwriter Lotte Sollie.
A jack of a few trades, Lotte’s daytime hustle is as a newly trained nurse living in Oslo, but also spends her free time making music and travelling. Like many of our artists I’m sure, her ultimate goal is to be a full-time musician and hopes to play festivals in the near future if she gets the chance.
Having always played music when growing up, she released the first track of her own ‘Et Ord’, singingin her native Norwegian back in 2017. Lotte’s music explores the many sides the human condition, inspired by both love and its insecurities to write her melodious and uplifting songs.
Since ‘Et Ord’ she has released three other tracks, in which there is something for everyone: from stripped back guitar-voice led acoustic vibes on ‘They Always Say’ to her pop infused single ‘No You’.
Speaking of her most recent release ‘No You’, we love the playful claps and percussion in the chorus that emanates a really positive message about not listening to people trying to change you. Lotte’s music is utterly honest in the way she shares her life experiences and feelings via her songs, her soft yet powerful voice proving a magnet for fans, with over 14,000 monthly listeners on Spotify alone.
If you’re as much a fan of Lotte as we are you can stream ‘No You’ and her previous releases down below.