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Labels  Stranded recors
Genres  indie Pop
Name  Sibille Attar

Occupation(s)  Singer, songwriter
Role  Singer
Years active  2001 – present
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Born  November 27, 1981 (age 34) Orebro, Sweden (1981-11-27)
Origin  Swedish artist of French origin
Albums  Sleepyhead, Flower's Bed, Julian! I Want To Be A Dancer!
People also search for  Adam Tensta, Christopher Sander
Nominations  Grammis Award for New Artist of the Year

Also known as  Little Red Corvette
Music group  [ingenting] (Since 2010)

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Sibille Attar (born 27 November 1981 in Örebro, Sweden) is a Swedish singer and songwriter and producer of French origin. She released her self produced EP The Flower's Bed on Stranded record label in 2012 which earned her a Grammy nomination for "Best Newcomer" the same year. It was followed by her self produced debut album Sleepyhead in 2013 also on Stranded label. "Come Night" cowritten by Attar, Mark Ephraim and Björn Yttling is the first single from the album, the rest is written and produced by Sibille herself.


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Attar born in Örebro, she moved to Stockholm at age 15. She was a member of various musical bands including Stockholm-based band The Tourettes from 2001 to 2008, and Norrköping-founded band Speedmarket Avenue from 2005 to 2009. In 2010, she became a member of the band [ingenting]. She is also active under the name Little Red Corvette. Attar has collaborated with a number of other artists such as Camera Obscura, David Lindh, Jonathan Johansson, Shadow Shadow and The Bear Quartet.

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