Iselin – “Bathtub”.

I’ve shared with you all another song of this young, Norwegian singer last autumn, it was

“The Wizard Of Us”.

But today, I’d like to share with you something newer of hers. I actually really like this song, I think it’s one of my current favourites, if I’d have something like a list of my monthly favourites I’d put it on there. This is a song that Iselin wrote intending to promote self-care. I’m in my lower than usual, depressed and self-loathing phase right now so at such times self-care is always difficult. So I thought I’d share this song as a bit of a boost, both for myself and those of you who may also struggle with it currently. And somehow it even goes in hand with my current questions of the day topic in a way. Hope you enjoy it. 🙂

Iselin Solheim – “The Wizard Of Us”.

Hi  guys. 🙂

Here is another song from a Norwegian singer I have for you. This time, the singer is Iselin Solheim. If you’re into pop or dance music or hits you may know her, maybe not by her name but from the songs which she recorded as a vocalist for Alan Walker. I don’t listen to a lot of mainstream music from the charts and when I learned who she is, the name Iselin Solheim didn’t even ring a bell in my mind, so I thought I’m just too hipster to  know her, 😀 but when I listened to a couple of her more successful songs she made with Alan Walker, I did more or less recognise some of them, my Zofijka really likes “Sing Me TO Sleep”. I think it’s weird I didn’t know who she is, as her light and very clear voice, “nordic”, as I like to call this kind of voices, is quite characteristic and remarkable.

Anyways, this song isn’t particularly known outside of Norway. from whAT I know, this was the first song that gave Iselin some significant popularity in her home country, but not yet outside of it. But I think it’s better than her more popular pieces. They’re good too, but this is just much better for me and my favourite song of hers.