Skott is very pleased to share the visuals for a brand new single, Mermaid. It is available digitally now through Chess Club/RCA.


Mermaid is the scintillating sound of this innovative young Swedish musician sweeping back with her finest work yet, extending her range, and boldly resetting the bar for the dark, brooding atmospheric left-field pop that she’s become so confident in delivering.

Mermaid will already be familiar to those that have caught Skott live, and memorable for a quite exquisite vocal performance. It’s further proof that alongside the likes of Porcelain, Wolf, Amelia, and Glitter & Gloss, Skott has more than one standout track in her arsenal which already puts her three giant steps ahead of her immediate peers.

A very vocal fan of video game music composition whilst growing up, Skott’s introduction to songwriting was initially paid in homage to those curious, kooky sounds. Its influence has led Skott to using an unorthodox, intricate way of piecing together her music. Mermaid, however it was formed, is her finest work yet.

Skott on Mermaid: “It all started with Mermaid. It was actually one of the first songs I started writing, but it took this long for me to see it to where it is now.

“It feels incredibly special that I can finally release it into the world.”

Skott will return to the UK in September to headline Pickle Factory in London ahead of four support dates alongside MØ in October. (See dates below)

Buy Mermaid digitally here:

Watch the video for Mermaid below:

Skott Live:

28th July – Ostersund, Storsjoyran

30th July – Wayhome Music & Arts Festival, Canada

31st July – Town Ballroom, New York (w/ Phantogram)

1st Augustt – Mr Small’s Theatre, Millvale

3rd August – Schubas Tavern, Chicago

4th August – Lollapalooza Festival, Chicago

6th August – Osheaga Festival, Montreal

11th August – Flow Festival, Finland

18th August – Musikens Makt, Lulea

19th August – Lowlands Festival, Netherlands

20th August – Dockville Festival, Germany

2nd September – Popaganda, Sweden

8th September – Festival Number 6, Wales

13th September – Pickle Factory, London SOLD OUT

22nd September – Reeperbahn Festival, Germany

23rd October – O2 Academyn, Bristol (w/ )

24th October – O2 ABC, Glasgow (w/ )

25th October – O2 Ritz, Manchester (w/ )

27th October – O2 Academy Brixton, London (w/ )

28th October – Open, Norwich (w/ )

29th October – O2 Institute, Birmingham (w/ )