[Watch] Seeb deliver their second Seebisode – ‘A Brief History of Sound’


Having released their first short documentary describing how they turned Mike Posner’s ‘I Took A Pill In Ibiza’ into a global phenomenon – Norweigian duo Seeb unveil the second of three ‘Seebisodes’.

Titled ‘A Brief History of Sound’, this next instalment explores the way the production duo cleverly crafts their music. Shining light on the fact that both Simen & Espen take risks when producing, they also highlight the importance of always having fun in the studio. In addition to this, the duo go on to describe how they will be unveiling their live set to fans worldwide.

As the duo continue to climb the Top 10 charts in over 37 countries with both their remix for Mike Posner and debut release ‘Breathe’ – its clear to see that this is just the very beginnings for the cultivated pairing.

Watch the official video for ‘Breathe’ here.

About Seeb

Simen Eriksrud and Espen Berg, better known as the collaborative project Seeb, came together in Oslo in 2015. Already recognised for their production and song writing abilities, they soon realised that there was an endless amount of possibilities ahead. Their remixes for the likes of Tove Lo’s ‘Moments’, Kiesza’s ‘Cut Me Loose’, Shawn Mendes ‘Stitches’ and Mike Posner’s ‘I Took A Pill In Ibiza’ have turned heads worldwide. With the success of their remixes landing the Norwegian duo a record deal with Universal Music at the start of 2016, they begin the year with their debut ‘Breathe’ and have much more on the horizon.


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