Watch Sigrid shares vibrant ‘Sucker Punch’ video

Sigrid shares vibrant ‘Sucker Punch’ video

The recently released track comes ahead of the Norwegian’s UK headline tour.

Sigrid returned at the start of the month with bombastic new single ‘Sucker Punch’ ahead of a UK tour.

Since then, the Norwegian pop star has played the song on Jools Holland and given Four Tet the keys to the track for a new remix, and ‘Sucker Punch’ now has its own video!

A vibrant, bustling clip, the new video sees Sigrid dancing her way through a night, walking between a motorway, several parties, and even a running track. We don’t know how she fitted it all in, tbh.

“The video is a bit mad, and that’s the whole point, as there’s a lot going on in the song,” she says of the clip. ”It’s filmed in London and the set design was so good, what a team. I hope people have fun watching it; and dance, sing and laugh. If you’re wondering if you can buy the Sigrid Tacos…we should make that happen!”

Sigrid is heading out on a UK headline tour next month, which includes a huge London gig at Brixton Academy.

She’ll then support George Ezra on his arena tour next year. View the dates and watch the ‘Sucker Punch’ video below.

NOVEMBER
04 Birmingham, O2 Academy
05 Dublin, Olympia
07 Glasgow, O2 Academy
09 Manchester, Albert Hall
12 London, Brixton Academy

MARCH
07 Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena
08 Leeds, First Direct Arena
09 Liverpool, Echo Arena
11 Brighton, Centre
12 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
13 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
15 Glasgow, SSE Hydro
16 Manchester, Arena
17 Birmingham, Genting Arena
19 London, O2 Arena
20 London, O2 Arena
22 Sheffield, FlyDSA Arena
23 Manchester, Arena

(all March dates with George Ezra)

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