SEEB feat. Neev – Breathe




Seeb are an electronic music duo consisting of Norwegian musicians and producers Simen Eriksrud and Espen Berg.

   In 2015 Simen and Espen met managers and executive producers Christoffer Huse and Trond Opsahl. They decided to go into partnership, and the Seeb team was in place. 

Based in Oslo, Simen and Espen have, until recently, been working as producers and songwriters, with several chart topping tracks under their belts.

The turning point came when they ceased producing records for other artists and began to focus completely on their own unique sound and music. That was the start of Seeb.

   Seeb released their first remixes in the spring of 2015. They soon had a Hype Machine #1 track with their fresh take on Kiesza´s “Cut Me Loose”, introducing their trademark cutting edge vocal tweaks and treatments.

This was followed by a remix of Shawn Mendes “Stitches”, before they dropped their interpretation of Mike Posner´s track “I Took a Pill in Ibiza”.

The remix exploded on Spotify, giving the duo international traction almost overnight.

It is continuing to grow rapidly and currently sitting in the Top 5 on the Global Spotify Chart. It is also climbing on Billboard Hot 100, currently sitting at #10.

At the start of 2016 Seeb signed a global deal with Universal Music, and are now in the studio working on their original music.

From FACEBOOK  and  Musixmatch


Website

http://seebmusic.com/




This is not for your cries
This is all for your lies
Listen out for your mind
You’re killing me over love
Your kisses are the only doubt
I listen out from your lies

Don’t drown your heart babe
Just breathe don’t drown your heart

Tell me all the dreams you found
Sing me all the songs you love
Can I sing them with you now?
You’re killing me over love
Your kisses are the only doubt
I listen out from your lies

Don’t drown your heart babe
Just breathe don’t drown your heart


Writer(s): Tiago Carvalho, Simen Eriksrud, Trond Opsahl, Espen Berg, Bernardo Neves, Christoffer Huse





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