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SEE’s scintillating viral hit video “Potions” reaches over 850,000 views on YouTube

With more than 850,000 YouTube views of her steamy “Potions” video in just two months and a rapidly growing portfolio of raves and reviews, twenty-year-old singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist SEE is currently as hot as the scorching summer sun. Credited by Paste Magazine with “blending sultry pop vibes and amazing harmonies,” the Long Island, NY native SEE premiered “Potions” on AfterEllen in May. Her online buzz has since exploded, with features in Mind Equals Blown, New Music Weekly, and Sound Fiction.

SEE recently released her EP Ties on Blue Élan Records. Co-produced by Brad Wood (Smashing Pumpkins, Liz Phair, Pete Yorn) and Walt Dicristina, Ties masterfully combines elements of pop, alternative rock, and singer-songwriter genres.

According to CelebMix.com, the video for “Potions” takes viewers on a “journey through a dizzying and fulfilling type of enchantment, both in body and mind.” Two lovers leave a red hot trail of desire as they excitedly explore, fondle, and kiss each other, gradually making their way through a most blissful night.

At the age of eighteen, SEE began to sing and perform as a solo artist. She soon decided to forgo college in order to pursue a music career full time. Her gamble paid off, as one year later, she signed with Blue Élan Records in June 2015.

Now, with a rapidly growing fan base, a strong online buzz fueled by her “Potions” video, and an increasingly large collection of reviews, SEE is poised to burst on to the American music scene – and beyond. Next up is her highly anticipated video for “She Cries,” set for a late August release. More information on SEE is available on her official website.

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