Introducing…Sea Change

Fresh on the scene, Sea Change is the alter ego of Ellen.W. Sundes. With a chilling electronica-pop sound, she is pleased to reveal her new track Let’s Dance ahead of her upcoming album which will be released later this year.

Let’s Dance is made up of whispers of delicate synth-sounds ascending with Ellen’s beautiful vocals, serving as a perfect example of what to expect from this exciting new Nordic artist who has drawn comparisons to the likes of Fever Ray, Lykke Li and Robyn.

Sea Change

Sea Change Let’s Dance artwork

After the success with her debut single Bursting which led to radio spins in Norway, England, Denmark and Germany comes the second of three songs. They’re all a taste of what can be expected in her first album which will be released this autumn.

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.

The Let’s Dance single will only be available at a limited amount of 7” vinyls and digitally. In context with the release, Sea Change will be on tour in January and February including 14 shows in Denmark, Norway, Faro Islands and Ice Islands, shortly followed by By:Larm festival in Oslo and other European festivals this summer.

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