It all started when…
I moved to Berlin in the summer of 2016.
It was a very spontaneous decision, that I actually hadn’t thought through at all.
I got the job offer two weeks prior actually moving to Berlin.
I was working at a shitty job, so I decided to try something new. Even though I always hated the german language.. I thought, ,,why not try?”.
A lot has changed since the summer of 2016.
I’ve grown to actually love the german language.
I started experimenting with electronic music, and found my sound.
I used to make a lot of covers and upload them to youtube. I used to write sweet (somewhat corny) songs on my ukulele.
It all changed when I sent my music to IndieBerlin.
A guy called Noel contacted me.. He wanted to meet up!
We became friends rather quickly, and we even played a bit in the S-bahn in Berlin.
Together we came up with the name ,,Marbles Lost” - and that’s truly where it all began.
I moved back to Copenhagen in January 2017. At this point, the german language was a huge interest of mine. I started studying german while working part-time at Søstrene Grene.
I used all my money on music-equipment (and german books for uni…).
From here, I started making my music in Ableton Live, which actually changed everything.
I’ve played a few gigs since my appearance on The Guilty Feminist. Mostly in Denmark and the Faroe Islands.
Which kind of brings us to now..
I am now signed with the faroese label Tutl Records. I’ve been working on my EP #EnterTrouble for about 2 years now, and it’s going to be ready for you all to hear at some point in 2019!
On the darker side I’m on a sick leave now.
I think it’s very important to speak up about mental health, but for the time being - I can’t be anyones hero.
I suffer from anxiety, and lately it has been really really bad.
So I’m moving home to my grandma in the Faroe Islands for a while, to take care of myself.
I’ve always felt torn between the Faroe Islands and Denmark.
To end this post on a positive note:
I finally have the headspace to be productive with my music.
I have a lot of exciting things coming up in 2019, so I hope that you haven’t lost interest in Marbles Lost yet!