The debut single from Norwegian band Fieh will bring you some Vitamin D

“Glu” is a bouncy, horn-assisted pop song.

December 12, 2017

Fieh is a 9-piece band from Oslo, Norway, led by 22-year-old singer Sofie Tollefsbøl, who started out on her own with GarageBand three years ago. "Glu" is the band's very first official single, and with bubbling horns and handclaps, it's an explosion of summer energy to heat up your December. With glitter and sunshine on her face, Tollefsbøl shrug-dances her way through the video, embodying the song's affirming optimism: "All these old men cannot tell me what to do!"


Tollefsbøl wrote to The FADER: "'Glu' is about liberating yourself from what other people think. I wrote the song on a day when many older men had recently been telling me what I should do and not do when working on my music. It made me think, I’m a 22 year old girl, how can you know what I should be doing? I'll have to do this my own way — and I guess I'll sing about it too. This has been our favorite song to play live for a long time, and now it’s finally out there with a video with help from a bunch of young, creative people like the amazing director Thomas Flått and our labels Honeymoon and Vibbefanger. No old men telling anyone what to do."

Posted: December 12, 2017