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From Signe-with-flowers to Signe-with-balls, that is the short description of Dutch/American/British/Norwegian Signe Tollefsen’s newest album Hayes.
Traces of her eponymous debut and her covers album Baggage can be found, while Signe shifts her horizon from acoustic to electric.
She won several prizes, had her songs covered by major artists, toured Holland, the UK, Germany, the USA and Canada, was picked up by ELLE and Opzij! and in Dutch TV show De Wereld Draait Door even Jan Mulder was touched ("Zó bloedmooi" / “So unbelievably beautiful”).

Hayes was recorded in several corners of the world, namely the USA (Los Angeles), Sweden and The Netherlands, by Mindpark frontman Ralph Timmermans, with whom Signe says to have a “magical musical relationship”. Their magic lead to a just as magical record where she, flirting, groaning, rocking, rolling, whispering and hollering, makes the smallest hair on your arm stand upright. Especially when Mindpark has her back on stage.

What the press say:
NRC/nrc.next: "Majestic and luxuriant"
nu.nl: "a magnificent album"
Revolver: "a powerful and excellent album"
MusicFromNL: "Hayes (...) not a weak moment"
3voor12: "Signe Tollefsen sounds more international than she lives"
Platomania: "against the grain, (...) diverse, (...), magnificent"