Kate Havnevik is a Norwegian film composer, songwriter and singer. Her debut album, the critically acclaimed electronica-infused Melankton, was released in March 2006 on iTunes and April 2006 in Norway only, before being licensed internationally to Universal Republic USA later. Havnevik has successfully utilized PledgeMusic campaigns to fund some of her albums, including You, released October 2011, and &i, released March 2015. Her music has been prominently featured in TV shows such as Grey's Anatomy, The O.C., and The West Wing.
|Birth name:||Kate Havnevik|
|Born:||Oct 27, 1975, Oslo, Norway|
|Genres:||Electronica, alternative dance, trip hop, pop|
|Occupation(s):||Composer, songwriter, singer|
|Associated acts:||Schiller, Carmen Rizzo, Röyksopp, Mono Band, William Besson, The Dark Flowers|
|Website:||Kate Havnevik's Official site|
|Twitter:||Kate Havnevik's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Kate Havnevik's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Kate Havnevik's Facebook profile|
|IMDb:||Kate Havnevik's IMDb|
|Spotify:||Kate Havnevik's Spotify|
|SoundCloud:||Kate Havnevik's SoundCloud|
|iTunes:||Kate Havnevik's iTunes|
About Kate Havnevik
Singer-songwriter from Norway best known for albums like 2006's Melankton and 2011's You. Her music has been featured on several popular television shows, including Grey's Anatomy and The O.C.
She was in an all-girl punk rock band as a teenager.
She wrote and produced seven songs for the 2013 film Mormor Og de 8 Ungene.
She married a man named Gotti, who is also her manager.
She co-wrote and sang on the track "Crazy" by Cranberries guitarist Noel Hogan on his 2005 solo album.
Information related to Kate Havnevik
- Norwegian electronic musicians
- English-language singers of Norway
- Norwegian songwriters
- Norwegian female singers
- Women in electronic music