13 Songs, 1 Hour 2 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings
6 Ratings



I can't believe that after all this time I am the only reviewer. I first heard of this artist through a Grey's Anatomy soundtrack, and her voice was compelling enough for me to look up her other work. This album is fantastic, unlike anything else I've heard. Can songs be both inspiring and comforting at the same time? This album seems to take me somewhere else.

Gorgeous Album!


This album is a beautiful, delicious masterpiece! I first heard Kate’s music back on Grey’s Anatomy when it first aired. I downloaded the songs I heard there, but didn’t give her other songs from this album a proper listen until recently. I have fallen in love with this album, and would leave a 10-star rating if I could!

About Kate Havnevik

London-based, Norwegian-born Kate Havnevik spent her formative years with the desire to become a guitarist in the jazz and classical worlds, but these plans were derailed after joining a punk band at the tender age of 14. Since then Havnevik has explored a wide breadth of styles before settling on three main instruments of choice: guitar, piano, and melodica. A demo of her was played on the widely influential Morning Becomes Eclectic program on L.A.'s KCRW-FM and won her a loyal fan base. More recently she collaborated with electronic music poster boys Moby, Röyksopp, and Tom Middleton, as well as penned the song "Grace" specifically for the second season finale of the popular television drama Grey's Anatomy, which aired in May 2006. Havnevik's full-length solo debut, Melankton, appeared in the fall of 2006 via her own Continentica Records and was reissued early the following year through Universal Republic. ~ Rob Theakston

Oslo, Norway
October 27, 1975




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