Josefin Winther Josefin Winther Bergen Josefin Winther is a Norwegian artist and songwriter born and raised in Bergen. She has released four critically acclaimed albums, and played hundreds of shows in Northern Europe. The critics have compared her music to the likes of PJ Harvey and Patti Smith. June 2014 she released her first single in two years, "Last Amends", that was produced by Mick Harvey. The song and music video received critical acclaim. April 2015 she released her third studio album, recorded in Duper Studio in Bergen, produced by legendary producer Yngve Sætre. The album peaked at number 1 on Norwegian sales charts, and was critically acclaimed. The single "Flowers" was playlisted on Norwegian radio. Autumn 2017 she released "Righteously wrong", which was named her best album yet by critics. The song "Joke" was called out the be one of the best Norwegian songs in 2017. Spring 2018 she released her new single "Moving forward" collaborating with label "Apollon records" on re-releasing her latest album. May 2019 she makes her debut in her native tongue, when she releases her first single from the album "[Uendelig lys. Uendelig mørke.]" This album is also her first as producer, and is due October 2019. Her songs have been playlisted on Norwegian national radio channels, and she has participated in several popular TV shows. She has also made her mark as a songwriter for other artists on Eurovision. In 2014 "Silent Storm" performed by her cousin Carl Espen won the Norwegian final, and came 8th in the international Eurovision final. Winther plays both as a solo act and with musicians, and is featured on events in Norway and Europe continuosly. Stay tuned!