Norwegian singer and songwriter Liv Austen grew up in a musical home and sang from a very early age. As a teenager she started writing her own songs, and in August 2014 she released the EP Workin' Man's Dream.
Austen's music received praise from other musicians as well as interest from radio and music journalists, and quickly built a fan base around the country.
Liv's single Don't Regret a Single One from her EP Who I Am Today was her first song to ever get played on BBC Radio2, and her follow up single was the hauntingly beautiful Over, written by Ben Earle (The Shires). In less than 3 years after her debut EP she is now considered one of the top artists on the UK country scene.