For the second-season premiere of “Live From My Den,” singer-songwriter girl in red makes the most of her favorite interior space — giving the cameras a full tour of her bedroom-turned-home-studio in Oslo, Norway — but also heads out of town to the great outdoors to perform four of her most beloved songs from her grandmother’s farm.
“Live from My Den” is a digital series available on Variety.com showcasing some of today’s most extraordinary artists performing live from the creative spaces of their homes, studios, and cities most meaningful to them. Read the article and watch girl in red’s’ full episode here.
girl in red gives the cameras a full tour of her bedroom-turned-home-studio in Oslo, Norway but also heads out of town to the great outdoors to perform four of her most beloved songs from her grandmother’s farm.
girl in red
Since releasing her first single “i wanna be your girlfriend” in 2017, Norway-based singer/songwriter girl in red (AKA Marie Ulven) has become an indie pop sensation. Her emotionally honest lyrics that openly discuss mental health and queerness have resonated with listeners from around the world. In 2021, girl in red followed her multiple EP releases with a debut record, if I could make it all go quiet, which features the FINNEAS-produced lead single “Serotonin” and earned a shoutout from none other than Taylor Swift.