|29th March 2022|
SWG3 Studio Warehouse Glasgow
100 Eastvale Place, Glasgow West End G3 8QG
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Singer-songwriter AURORA, full name Aurora Aksnes, was compelled to craft music from a young age. Shortly after she was born in Stavenger, Norway, her parents moved to a remote woodland area in the Os mountains where her love of nature first flourished. In that house, AURORA discovered a piano in the attic and figured out how to play her favourite classical songs. She spent much of her early teens holed up in her bedroom writing music. After self-releasing a couple of songs – Puppet and Awakening – in the early ’10s, she was signed to Decca Records.
In July 2021, she released the upbeat, empowering track Cure For Me and also announced a seven-date UK tour for March and April 2022.
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