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Girl in Red on Tour
It was earnestness, intimacy and a knack for perfect indie-pop gems that catapulted Marie Ulven — aka Girl in Red (often stylized in all lowercase) — onto the international stage from her private lovelorn teenage life in Horten, Norway. Blessed with an air of honesty that seems impervious to overnight fame, she carries those same qualities into her live sets. Backed by a band of boys who have been known to dress in all red, Girl in Red makes crowds feel like they've been invited to a backyard party that just happens to have an excellent lo-fi rock outfit playing next to the keg. Those raw emotions and diary-like lyrics come to life as Ulven's in-person passion overcomes all that beautiful on-album ennui — even the most melancholic melodies feel electric when she shreds her guitar from under a long veil of blond hair. Although it was unrequited love that inspired her to start writing songs — her viral debut "I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend" was about falling in love with her straight best friend — Ulven finds affection wherever she goes. Expect a deafening sing-along.
Girl in Red in Concert
Ulven grew up just south of Oslo and first picked up a guitar at the age of 14. She spent a couple of years just improvising and singing, and even had a false start as an artist working with local producers, before heartache drove her to find her sound on her own in a series of home GarageBand sessions. In 2017, she self-released the song that she needed to hear in order to get past her pain — "I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend" — and watched in awe as it became clear that others needed it too. That sunny bummer of a track not only landed on Pride: A Compilation of LGBTQ for GLSEN in 2018, it was dubbed the ninth best song of the year by The New York Times. Within a year and change, Girl in Red had racked up millions of streams via her DIY singles. Those were compiled in the Chapter 1 EP, which included jangly meditations on teenage sadness like "Summer Depression." More singles followed and were bundled for 2019's Chapter 2 EP, which showed off some modest production flourishes that brought extra vibrancy (and distortion) to Girl in Red's wistful yet beachy sound.