22-year-old Danish singer-songwriter Nicklas Sahl has always made music his number one priority. Its magnetic pull first started at the age of just 4 when he stole his sister’s plastic toy guitar, and now his passion is paying off barely eighteen months into his career. His first single ‘Hero’ was named Single of the Week on Danish national radio, while appearances on The X Factor and breakfast TV only added to his growing profile.


Building on that meteoric rise, Nicklas Sahl is now looking to go global with his new single ‘Four Walls’, which is out now on Parlophone.

‘Four Walls’ finds Nicklas fusing modern pop flourishes with the story-telling tradition of the singer-songwriter to create immediately addictive songs which engage both the head and the heart. Nicklas uses timeless songwriting as the focus for his utterly contemporary productions. There are echoes of the past and the present – Bon Iver and Francis and the Lights flashing back to James Taylor and Paul Simon – that alchemise into something instantly relatable.

“I’m trying to find a perfect balance,” says Nicklas“To me, my biggest inspirations are artists that could really play and sing like they could in the old days. It’s about mixing that with what’s happening today.”

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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