Norwegian artist Sea Change has revealed a new video for her latest single ‘Bridges’. Sea Change. Directed by animator Marie Hjelmerud, the video showcases the spectral sounds of Ellen.W. Sundes,Read More
“Sea Change has a strong nordic sound and vibe similar to and inspired by artists like Fever Ray, Lykke Li and Robyn”.
Born in the south of Norway in the late 80s with a natural fascination for noise, improvisation music, tiny acoustic instruments and synth pop. She creates a beautiful loop-based sound which contains beats, vocal harmonies and 80s choruses with an own ability of making it magic and mysterious ambience. Still there is a wide range within her music. It can be massive, putting the lower frequencies of the soundsystem to the test or gentle, almost like the wonderfull nature of silence but always immersive.
She studied music in Oslo for several years before she chose to move to Berlin. In between ice cold concrete walls she recorded and produced her first songs. She moved from Oslo to gain an international sound to her otherwise Scandinavian sound. Her first singles “Bursting” and Let’s Dance was released digitally and on limited amount of vinyls only. Let’s Dance also have a music video that the artist made herself. Critics named it a cold, low fi electronic vibe. Her third single “Bridges” will be released during the winter of 2014. Her debut album is expected in the autumn of 2014.
“Bursting” was picked up by blogs around the world leading to her performance at First We Take Berlin/Berlin Music Week. Shortly after she toured as the supporting act for Delorean in Europe with their fifth record. By the end of 2013 she was nominated as one of the artists the Berlin blog Nordic By Nature had most expectations for in 2014. In the winter 2014 she’ll be on the “Nordic Tour” together with Sekuoia (DK), Good Moon Dear (IS) og BYRTA (FO) in Denmark, Faro Islands og Iceland. She’ll also perfom at By:Larm 2014.