Danish pop star MØ has collaborated with artists such as Major Lazer, Charli XCX, Justin Bieber, and Diplo. Her solo career hasn’t been left behind either – in 2014 she released her debut album No Mythologies to Follow, which won Album of the Year at the Danish Critics’ Awards Årets Steppeulv and received four awards from the Danish Music Awards for Discovery of the Year, Solo Artist, Best Video and Best Album.
Four years later, she followed up with the album Forever Neverland, and MØ is preparing another one, Motordome, for 2022. In addition, the singer has done three headline tours of her own and has shared the stage with Panic! At The Disco, Siou, or Years & Years.
Next year, MØ has been chosen by pop icons Imagine Dragons to support part of their upcoming tour. Her dance show full of energetic hits is sure to be one of the highlights of Rock for People.
AS DECEMBER FALLS are a four-piece, loud, unapologetic pop rock outfit from Nottingham in the UK. Songs littered with massive hooks and emo vibes, AS DECEMBER FALLS are the pop punk band you’ve been missing. One of the hottest underground bands right now led by the distinctive fronwoman Bethany Curtis. As a completely independent band, joining their movement is more about family than a fan base.
Their first album from 2019 was a great success and was accompanied by a sold-out tour. During the pandemic, they worked hard to present their second album, Happier, in August this year. The tour is SOLD OUT again
Beatrice Laus – aka BEABADOOBEE – is poised for a bright indie career at the age of 21. After this British-Filipino artist released her debut album Fake It Flowers in 2020, she received rave reviews across the musical spectrum and made it into the top 10 UK Charts. She was nominated for the Rising Star Award at the 2020 Brit Awards and won the Radar Award at the 2020 NME Awards. Music critics even named her Discovery of the Year in the BBC Sound of 2020.
Despite being born in 2000, Beatrice’s album is influenced by the sound of the 90s Alanis Morissette, The Cranberries, and The Smashing Pumpkins. Let us, at RFP, take you on the waves of her bedroom pop.