"...beautifully atmospheric"Lauren Laverne, BBC 6 Music

"There's a glacial charm to her music, a slow-moving sensibility that allows the mood, the atmosphere of each piece to subtly overwhelm." - Clash

Siv’s music is beautifully mellow, much like diary-entries - filled with unfiltered thoughts and reflections. With references to Laura Marling and Ane Brun, listening to her music is like being a fly on the wall while she sings you her secrets. She released the 7-track EP "The Lingering" in May of 2015, to praise from several national and international publications, including Norways biggest newspaper, VG. She spent the summer of 2016 in London with producer and drummer Matt Ingram (Laura Marling, The Staves) making her debut album, which is set for release in 2017. "Like I Used To,"the first single off of her debut album, was released on March 31st 2017. Gold Flake Paint stated the following about the single:

"a delicate two-and-a-half minute depiction of infidelity brought crushingly to life thanks to Jakobsen’s mesmerising poise”

A captivating live performer, Siv has had the honor of supporting several renowned artists, including Bear's DenBenjamin Francis Leftwich, Damien Jurado, Highasakite, SOAK and Thomas Dybdahl.

After being praised by many renowned music-blogs, including Earmilk, Paste Magazine, The Line Of Best Fit, The 405 and Clash Magazine, receiving airplay on several internationally renowned radio stations, including the UK’s BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2BBC 6 Music and XFM, and with well over 7.000.000 streams on Spotify alone, this young Norwegian is steadily making waves in the singer-songwriter world.

"...absolutely gorgeous" - Janice Long, BBC Radio 2

"...ruthlessly emotive to the point it should come with a warning label."  - The Line of Best Fit

"With each passing listen, we find ourselves falling deeper and deeper with Siv Jakobsen."Daytrotter for Paste Magazine

"...so intimate at times, it feels like she’s right there in the room with you."Ja Ja Ja Music

"Utterly Stunning." Amazing Radio

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