Sigrid turns Home To You into cosy Christmas track

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Sigrid credit:Bang Showbiz
Sigrid credit:Bang Showbiz

Sigrid has re-imagined 2019's 'Home To You' as a Christmas song.

The 25-year-old Norwegian pop star has dropped a re-record of her old track for this festive season and explained how she always felt it was made to be a "cosy" Yuletide number.

She said: “‘Home To You’ has always had a Christmas spirit since we wrote it. It’s about my hometown and the house I grew up in with my family.

“I always go back for Christmas, so it felt natural to make a Christmas version. I hope it’ll give some cosy vibes when it’s getting darker outside.”

Meanwhile, Sigrid has recently been in the studio with rock band Bring Me The Horizon and teased that fans can expect new music soon.

The 'Burning Bridges' hitmaker posted a clip of her performing a stripped-back rendition of the Grammy-nominated group's 2018 hit ‘Mantra’ on TikTok and wrote: “Just wait til you hear what we wrote #Rocktober. (sic)"

BMTH's Oli Sykes and Jordan Fish could be seen walking around the studio behind Sigrid before the frontman hilariously interrupted her by sticking his head in frame and saying "mantra" in his distinctive Sheffield accent.

The 'Don't Kill My Vibe' hitmaker also shared a snap with Oli and keyboardist, programmer, percussionist, and backing vocalist Jordan on Instagram and hailed them "legends".

Sigrid recently teased that 'Rock Sigrid' comes out on her new music.

She said: “I’m a huge fan of rock music and I think you can hear that in the new music I’ve been making too. On my new single ‘Burning Bridges’, you really hear ‘Rock Sigrid’. You’ll definitely see that live energy from me again, I’ve missed it.”

And she the singer revealed that she's a huge Nirvana fan and the Grunge pioneers' music inspired her to not just be a "piano girl".

She said: “For one school play, I played ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ with a backing band of my classmates and everyone was shocked, like, ‘Where did that come from?’ It was great. I think that playing that rock song in front of 20 kids at school gave me a new confidence. From then on, I wasn’t just that piano girl. I showed another energy that I had.”

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