»Being alive is hard!«

Spoken like a true millennial, these words from Danish-Faroese singer songwriter, Brimheim, succinctly sums up her basic thesis of life.  However, her ever present existential crisis has given birth to a beautiful world of music where weeping guitars and deep, intimate vocals make time stand still.

Behind “Brimheim” is Copenhagen based musician and songwriter, Helena Heinesen Rebensdorff. Her stage name is an homage to her Faroese roots, translating to ‘home of the breaking waves’.

Like the illegitimate love child of PJ Harvey and Caroline Polachek, Brimheim possesses an emotional darkness and a sense of mystique that pushes forward with pop’s promise of catchy choruses and simple melodies. Her lyrics can be anxious, filled with confusion and vulnerability, but the sadness is always accompanied by humor and hope.

Brimheim released her debut EP ‘Myself Misspelled’ in the fall of 2020 and has since received an abundance of praise from Danish media. Her single ‘Exquisite Bliss’ became Ugens Uundgåelige (Track of the Week) on Danish radio station P3. In 2022 Brimheim released her debut album ‘can’t hate myself into a different shape’, and received 5-star reviews from GAFFA, Soundvenue, Politiken and Berlingske and received a 8/10 review from The Line of Best Fit. She has played the acclaimed Danish festivals SPOT, Heartland and Roskilde Festival.


"Brimheim is impressively authentic and human on can’t hate myself into a different shape" 8/10.

“She has a wide vocal range, and she uses it as a double-edged sword that can be deep and warm but also high pitched and sharp"

"Melancholic goth pop arches alongside elements of post punk and lo-fi. Everything is tied together by great productions that showcase the details of each track and Rebensdorff’s expressive style of singing"

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