02/10 - Linköping (SWE) - Liveklubben
25/10 - Stockholm (SWE) - Scandic Anglais
03/11 - tba (DE)
04/11 - tba (DE)
05/11 - Torino (IT) - Blah Blah
07/11 - Montelupo Fiorentino (IT) - Tesla
08/11 - Monteprandone (IT) - Caffe d Borgo 1974
10/11 - Manduria (IT) - Orwell
12/11 - Crotone (IT) - Arci Le Centocitta
13/11 - Lameiza Terme (IT) - Crotone
14/11 - Caulonia (IT) - Ombligo De La Luna
15/11 - Catania (IT) - Glamour
16/11 - Messina (IT) - Retronouveau
17/11 - Enna (IT) - Al Kensia
18/11 - Palermo (IT) - Bolazzi
19/11 - Barcellona PG (IT) - Marius
20/11 - Rende (IT) - B-side
21/11 - Vitulazio (IT) - Mr Rollys
22/11 - Eboli (IT) - Buatt
24/11 - Roma (IT) - Na Cosetta
25/11 - Livorno (IT) - Ex Cinema Aurora
26/11 - Breganze (IT) - Pomopero
27/11 - Treviso (IT) - Eden Café
28/11 - Trebaseleghe (IT) - Goto Storto
29/11 - Mantova (IT) - Arci Virgilio
"Siik's dark-pop nuances are bold and exciting" - NME
”Uncork a bottle of wine and relax to some real fine poetry by this brilliant woman” – Vice
Hot off the back of releasing her latest studio album ‘Contra’ in October last year, Swedish singer-songwriter Cajsa Siik stepped into 2015 with the announcement of three new singles, “Follow You Down” (as featured on Criminal Minds), “State Of Low” (as featured on The Royals) and “Change Of Heart” With ‘Contra’ receiving unanimous acclaim from the likes of Noisey, NME and
BBC 6Music, Cajsa Siik has now looked to cement herself as one of the standout voices for the year ahead. While ‘State Of Low’ showcased the effervescent side to her production, ‘Change Of Heart’ aimed to challenge her vocally. Together giving a
retrospective feel to her sound as a whole.
With comparisons to fellow Scandinavian’s Lykke Li and Robyn, Cajsa Siik’s transcendent voice, accompanied by ethereal and harmonious production, has helped her stand out from the so-so vocalists of today, and enabled her to gather a solid fanbase at home and abroad.
Media has been all in favor of Siik’s latest releases with pieces in Q Magazine, MTV Iggy, Nylon Magazine, The Guardian and BBC6 Music to mention a few. Cajsa also got her own 30 minute radio special on national Swedish radio – that alone tells us something about her current status in native Sweden.
This summer saw her “Higher” (Lakechild RMX) reach #8 on the German college radio charts, soon surpassing a few million streams on digital services.
This fall Cajsa will do her first festival appearance in Germany, playing the Berlin Independent Night on September 26th. A full scale Italian tour follows in November.