Icelandic singer set to melt hearts at concert

d494520 Fremantle singer Anita Andradottir. Picture: Andrew Ritchie
d494520 Fremantle singer Anita Andradottir. Picture: Andrew Ritchie

DON’T expect Anita Andradottir to wear a swan dress when she performs at the Pakenham Street Art Space.

While the Fremantle teen (15) is fond of her fellow countrywoman Bjork, audiences can expect a collection of indie and pop songs as she launches her debut EP Little House.

Audiences may recognise the John Curtin College of the Arts student from her time busking at Fremantle Markets and in the Perth CBD.

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Anita moved with her family from Iceland to Australia in 2010.

“I wrote my first song when I was 10 but I’ve always been singing,” she said.

“My style of music is folk or indie-pop.

“I was obsessed with Bjork for a while but I listen to a lot of local artists now.

“I sing two Icelandic lullabies from the 18th century, which are quite mystical.

“I’m so excited to release the EP, It includes my favourite songs that I’ve written.”

Anita Andradottir.

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