Following recent smash remix of Taylor Swift’s ‘Delicate’ and debut EP ‘Nice To Meet You’, Norwegian duo Seeb are set on world domination in their pursuit of the fresh and invigorating – cue a collaboration with one of the world’s biggest bands, alt-pop superstars, Bastille on addictive new single ‘Grip.
‘Grip’ was released in December and has already amassed over 35M streams. The production duo prove themselves to be no less masterful at taking another artist’s musical vision and enhancing it with their own unique take on dance-floor hits with a human sensibility. ‘Grip’ is an unconventional blend of melancholy and euphoria, merging Bastille’s infectious lyrics and Dan Smith’s unique vocals with Seeb’s undeniable production prowess. The track is also featured on Bastille’s highly anticipated fourth Mixtape, ‘Other People’s Heartache Pt.4 out now.
On the video, Seeb explain; “We’re really excited to share the music video to Grip. It’s been a blast working on this song with Bastille and it makes us so happy to see how both our own fans and Bastille’s fans have embraced the song. On the collaboration, Bastille’s Dan adds “Seeb turned our big, messy guitar song into something new and completely different, but it still feels wholly in keeping with the escapist theme of the song: the euphoria and horrors of a late, late night. “