is an internationally acclaimed Norwegian-born, Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter who already released seven albums so far (including a jazz record and a Hollywood soundtrack). Sondre Lerche’s future looks bright: there’s sunshine pop, Broadway songcraft and a 80’s pop enthusiasm.
«Sondre Lerche» was released in October 2011 on Telle.
It’s perfect for bubbles and it cools you down if the water is a bit hot. I never take bubble baths alone.
I used to take the bike to the studio when I was recording earlier, so I would be listening to demos, rough mixes, out-takes and all to see how it sounded after a night's rest.
A fabulous, cheerful tribute from the Caribbean by the most likeable guy in pop.
On good nights this one is sure to get me dancing. A sight for sore eyes.
It's good for motivation to hear her beautiful struggle in asking some guy out.
A warm, kinda sad, yet wishful song that balances your mood.
This appeals to my furnish destructive side.
This song has a hasty, really cool beat that invites you to drive slightly faster than what is suggested by the authorities. And it's dramatic 80s pop production at its very best.
The sweetest song to fall asleep to if you are lying beside someone that fits the description in the song's beautiful lyrics.
The score from Hitchcock's «Vertigo» is ideal and has the perfect dynamics.
This is sweet and light and uplifting. Elements all of which I need when floating in the air.
Something that's not too distracting. Some of the calmer, more loungy spy songs by Marcos Valle are nice.
Because I've just been listening to that over and over while sitting in the subway going downtown. A great recording I just discovered.
It’s a great song and performance; light, cheerful and a joy to hum for the rest of the day.