Little more than 20 years old, the very young Norwegian singer, compared to Björk and Florence Welch, is making her way in the music world to the tune of international awards and completely sold-out tours. In 2015, he won the prestigious Spellemannprisen award, the counterpart of the Norwegian Grammy, for best debut with the EP "Running with the Wolves," and two years later, in January 2017, he won two Norwegian Grammys for Pop Solo Artist of the Year and Music Video of the Year with the song "I Went Too Far," from "All My Demons Greeting Me As A Friend," the debut album released in March 2016. With her first long-distance work, AURORA has performed twice in North America, with sold-out concerts everywhere, in addition to appearances on major TV shows including "The Tonights Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," "Conan," and "The Late Show with Steven Colbert." An exciting debut to which was added headlining concerts in England, Germany, France, Denmark, Sweden, Holland, Belgium, Norway and the long tour that took her to Australia, Singapore and New Zealand. Aurora has all the makings for the path to success, the real and deserved one, thanks to her harmonious and angelic voice and her unquestionable talent. Known to most for her cover of the famous Oasis song, "Half the World Away," Aurora was born and raised in Bergen, Norway. Inspired by the dark atmospheres and melancholy of the gray skies of her homeland, the young singer-songwriter creates a sound that is at times mysterious. Some of his singles have also been chosen for the making of some hit TV series, including "The Flash," "Teen Wolf," and as the soundtrack for the FIFA 16 video game. "The Gods We Can Touch" is his latest studio work released in January 2022.