With her lilting vocals, theatrical arrangements, and delicate indie folk craft, Norwegian singer/songwriter Ane Brun (pronounced Ah-na Broon) continued to be a regional secret until 2003, when she made her European debut using the discharge of HANGING OUT with Morgan. Released for the DetErMine label, an organization that Brun co-founded the prior year using the Tiny’s Ellekari Larsson, HANGING OUT with Morgan earned local praise because of its cinematic audio and was afterwards championed on the Swedish 3rd party Music Awards. Twelve months afterwards, Brun released the My Fan GOES EP, along with the intimate songbook A Short lived Dive. The last mentioned album highlighted collaborations with Canadian musician Ron Sexsmith, Teitur, and Syd Issues, while its sound drew evaluations to early Neko Case, Feist, and Nick Drake. Three weeks following its discharge, A Short lived Dive proceeded to go platinum in Brun’s indigenous nation. A slew of honours followed, like the country’s Grammy comparable — the Norwegian Spellemannsprisen — for Greatest Female Musician and Strike of the entire year in 2005. Brun shut out the entire year with just one more discharge, Duets, which present her collaborating with ten different songwriters. A remixed/remastered edition of A Short lived Dive found its way to America via the V2 label in-may 2006. Brun implemented its discharge with Reside in Scandinavia, her initial live record, before placing to focus on a new studio room work. Released in 2008, Changing of the times of year dealt with moving climates and changing interactions, while Sketches (also released in 2008) put together Brun’s house recordings into a stylish package deal of demos. She made an appearance on Peter Gabriel’s 2011 record New Bloodstream, and afterwards that season released her 6th album, EVERYTHING Begins with One, made by Tobias Fröberg.