Posted in Press Releases on 07 May 2014
After whipping up a storm across the web with her first two singles, new Norwegian talent Sea Change is delighted to unveil single 'Bridges' ahead of her performances at The Great Escape Festival & Birthdays in London May 15th.
Sea Change is the alter ego of Ellen.W. Sundes, who has already turned heads with her powerful & invigorating, moody electronics. New single 'Bridges' continues to showcase her unique sound, starting off chilling & smooth before building to a stirring crescendo.
Born in the south of Norway in the late 80s with a natural fascination for noise, improvisation music, tiny acoustic instruments and synth pop Sea Change creates a beautiful loop-based sound, which contains beats, vocal harmonies, and 80s choruses with her own ability to make a magic and mysterious ambience. Still there is a wide range within her music, it can be massive, putting the lower frequencies of the sound system to the test or gentle, almost like the wonderful nature of silence but always immersive.
Sea Change chose to move from Oslo to Berlin, after studying music for several years, to gain an international touch to her otherwise Scandinavian sound and vibe.
'Bridges' will be available on limited edition 7" vinyl and digitally. Sea Change's debut album is expected to drop later this year.
See Sea Change live:
Fri 9th May - Brighton Great Escape - 12:30pm Green Door Store
Fri 9th May - Brighton Great Escape - 18:45 Utarian Church
Fri 9th May - Brighton Great Escape - 23:00 Neighborhood
Thurs 15th May - London - Birthdays (supporting Fenster)
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