Making yourself noticed in the commercial pop world is harder than it has ever been. Some choose to attract attention with their images or flashy stage shows, whereas others use their music to turn heads. Introducing Skott, a young Scandinavian with an interesting past.

Having grown up in a commune, Skott never experienced contemporary music as a child. Instead she was raised on folk songs and lyric-driven melodies, and while her debut single 'Porcelain' lacks almost all aspects of the folk genre, her absence of influences has made her an incredibly unique artist.

Managing to retain a lot of contemporary production methods, 'Porcelain' is essentially a simple ballad for the post-Pop Princess generation. Electronic in its presentation, the track maintains many of the basic principles of excellent songwriting and executes them perfectly.

Have a listen to 'Porcelain' in the player below.