Primarily making her foray in to the Norwegian music scene simply because half from the teen pop duo M2M, Marit Larsen continued to become regular in Norwegian Top 40 radio with fairly sweet, breezy alt-rock singles like “Don’t Save Me” and “Beneath the Surface.” Larsen teamed up with Marion Raven to create M2M in 1999. The duo kicked out many hits throughout their stint in the limelight, including 1999’s “Don’t State YOU LIKE Me,” which strike number 21 for the U.S. graphs. The duo split up in 2002 following so-so product sales of their U.S. debut, THE BEST Room. Still left to her very own devices, Larsen surely got to function developing her very own material during the period of the following 2 yrs. Re-emerging with a fresh appearance and a sparkly new record cope with EMI, Larsen began playing concert events and producing radio performances throughout Norway on the effectiveness of original tracks like “THIS TIME AROUND Tomorrow” and “Latest Illusion.” The initial singles from Larsen’s single debut, “Don’t Conserve Me” and “Beneath the Surface area,” strike the Norwegian airwaves in early 2006, soaring in to the TOP and securing Larsen’s place as you of this year’s most powerful Norwegian pop performers. Under the Surface area sold dual platinum in Norway, as well as the songwriter continued to earn two Spellemannprisen (Norwegian Grammys) on the effectiveness of that discharge. The Chase implemented in 2008, led by a solid single entitled “If a Tune COULD EASILY GET Me You” that became her first world-wide discharge. A compilation also entitled If a Tune COULD EASILY GET Me You made an appearance in ’09 2009. Favoring singles, it included six paths from Beneath the Surface area and seven through the Chase. Offering the Norwegian number 1 “Vår Beste Dag,” her third studio room album, Spark, found its way to 2011, a season that also noticed her lend vocals to countryman Sondre Lerche’s eponymous LP. The self-produced When the Morning hours Comes implemented in 2014 and topped the graphs in Norway, also getting Larsen Spellemannpris nominations for music structure and lyrics. That 12 months, she also made an appearance around the soundtrack towards the thriller The Sleepwalker, performing “Consider Everything Back again” with British chanteuse Sylvie Lewis, a track she co-wrote for the film with Lewis, Lerche, and Kato Ådland. Inside a departure from prior information, her Apr 2016 EP, Joni Was Best, provided acoustic, folk-styled fare. Her 1st independent release, in addition, it designated the debut of personal record label, Håndbrygg Information. She adopted it up with Joni Was Best II that Sept, as well as the collection Joni Was Best I/II was released on Compact disc and vinyl types.