It’s chilly out, but Agnete, Norway’s Eurovision 2016 singer, is bringing the heat.
She has just revealed the official music video for her song “Icebreaker“.
Set amid tundra, ice and midnight sun, it’s a dub-step tribute to Norway — and one that conveys the notion of isolation and hope oh-so-well.
Agnete – Icebreaker
The video is simple, but effective. Norway has taken the ‘standing-artist-singing’ video to another level by replacing the typical chroma with an immense snowed moorland.
Throughout the clip Agnete channels her inner Sami princess and serves tons of pain and drama — yet she remains in total control of her face, which looks absolutely radiant and serene.
The Norwegian Eurovision video has been among the most highly anticipated of the year.
In fact, we’ve heard rumours about its release for almost a month now.
The release was likely delayed because of Agnete’s unfortunate illness, from which we hope she has fully recovered.
Thankfully the wait was so worth it!
The video suggests that our girl may include interpretative dance on stage at Eurovision.
At the very least it’s a reminder that she knows how to work her camera angles and that she can slay in a white dress.
Despite our love for the song and video, we’re still scratching our heads as to why the video premiered on ABC, a Spanish newspaper web site.
Apparently Norway and Spain have Eurovision connections apart from “Bombo” babe Adelén.
What do you think about Agnete’s video? Should the dancer go to Stockholm as well? Share your thoughts below!