Do you remember Christine in Lady Bird? Charlie, Sam and Patrick from The Perks of Being a Wallflower? Juno in Juno? Different characters who share a common environment: young teenagers who find it hard to live in a society that doesn’t truly accepts them. These children with a rare vision and enormous personality showed their weirdo side, yearning for some freedom and desire to escape the reality they lived and be understood. Is not this the story that many of us have lived? There is a reason why we like these characters so much: we feel ourselves in them. '' Oh, you just want me to be / Sweeter, better, angel, yeah (...) Pictures, numbers, figures, yeah / Deeper, smarter / And I'll just try to be me ''. This is how "Business Diners" starts, the tenth song of Sigrid's first album, entitled Sucker Punch. An immaculate washed face, white and freckled, no make-up on, a shirt of a Dutch airline, mum-style jeans (they look like Levis) and some Converse. An image that could well be that of a protagonist of any independent film focused on the world of a unique teenager. This is how Sigrid Solbakk Raabe, Sigrid, appears before us. It looks like the clothes of any young girl, and that's the way it is. It has been a couple of years since this Norwegian appeared in the music scene, and her teen image has been a constant. No clue of bodies, glitters, boots the-ones-that-look-like-socks, in short: no pop diva paraphernalia for this young promise who is only 23 years old. Sigrid offers her “commonness” as a weapon to capture the attention of the world and as her personality badge. Exactly, how is it that something that looks common transmits originality to us? The reason is that apparently it is fashionable not to be fashionable and in the pop-feminine world that means not being the typical pop-start. Numerous singers do not adapt to this image anymore, rather they create their own mini-diva, defining their vision in order to show their essence. Examples: Robyn, Kali Uchis, Dua Lipa, Lorde ..., a stage full of small (and not so small) aspiring to the Olympian world of pop. In this way, it is fashionable to be unique and, therefore, more difficult to achieve as time goes by. Sigrid campaigns with a message that dictates that she is different from the rest, using her candidness and adolescent attitude away from frivolities. Normality is hrt shield to lean on, and as much as this can be strange to us, this seems a rarity today. With her energetic, fresh and professional debut, our protagonist not only talks about not becoming another pretty face, but that she goes beyond as she does not want to be a product anymore, signing a clear intention to be herself and not fall into the industry claws. Put on your best clothes, I mean, your best Converse and jeans, this is Sigrid and Sucker Punch.