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No. 4

No. 4 has grown to become one of Norway's most beloved bands in just five short years. With songs like "Lite og stort", "Det finnes bare vi," "Låst", "Føkk lunsj" they have sung and played themselves into thousands hearts across the country.

2019-02-1312:36 Kristine Karlsen

After two packed concerts at Sentrum Scene, one week with sold-out concerts at Parkteatret, Norwegian Grammy nomination and headliner spot at the Øya Festival No. 4 closed the album "Hva nå" with an exclusive concert in The Norwegian Opera & Ballet on January 19th, 2019, before they now head to the studio to record new material. No. 4 has grown to become one of Norway's most beloved bands in just five short years. With songs like "Lite og stort", "Det finnes bare vi," "Låst", "Føkk lunsj" they have sung and played themselves into thousands hearts across the country. The band has also got a good reputation and after their first of six concerts at Parkteatret in November 2018, Dagsavisen announced that "No. 4 has become one of Oslo's largest bands" and rolled five on the dice.

Norwegian Grammy nominations, the Prøysen Award, a new album and ever larger shows: 2018 was a triumph for the Oslo-based trio No. 4. With their second album, "Hva nå", they cemented their place as one of Norways leading pop musicians singing in Norwegian and were hailed by fans and critics. Aftenposten wrote "folk pop of the highest quality" and rolled five on the dice, while Dagsavisen wrote that "the difficult second album sounds playfully easy for this group". With honesty, nerve and a unique ability to convey the big things in the little things, Ingeborg, Emilie and Julia have created a unique musical and textual universe, and over their nearly ten years as a band they have taken the journey from house band at friends of friends parties to sold out venues all over Norway.