Freja Loeb (born 30 November 1987 in Copenhagen, Denmark) is a new wave and electropop singer-songwriter. She was influenced by artists like The Cure, Blondie, David Bowie and Fleetwood Mac. Freja is best known for the single "Never Stop Coming Back".
Loeb attended the Rudolf Steiner School in Gentofte, where she was scheduled to play cello and violin, although she would rather play guitar. Later she attended the MGK preparatory school in Copenhagen.
In 28 November 2011, her debut album Odyssey was released on EMI Denmark label. Freja wrote all the songs from her debut album and produced them together with Lasse Lyngbo.
Official site: http://www.frejaloeb.dk
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