NOTD join forces with singer-songwriter SHY Martin on new single ‘Keep You Mine’

Swedish duo NOTD, comprised of Tobias Danielsson and Samuel Brandt, return with new single ‘Keep You Mine’, featuring singer-songwriter and fellow Swede SHY Martin. An irresistible slice of dance-pop, ‘Keep You Mine’ sees NOTD masterfully combine electronic and organic elements. The result is an understated yet energetic track that is complemented by Martin’s scintillating vocals.

Watch the “Keep You Mine” lyric video HERE

“The sonic vibe is getting harder,” states Sam. “We always push it and try new things with a pop feeling too. We use live instruments as much as possible too.”

“We’re experimenting and taking inspiration from different genres” agrees Tobi. “Every time we make music, we want to do something we haven’t done or heard before.”


9/13 – WaMu Theater – Seattle, WA

9/14 – Veterans Memorial Coliseum – Portland, OR

9/17 – The Great Baltair – Magna, UT

9/19 – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA

9/25 – The Roxy – Los Angeles, CA *NOTD Only

9/26 – Whitewater Amphitheater – New Braunfels, TX

9/27 – Retention Music Center – Houston, TX

9/28 – Toyota Music Factory – Irving, TX

10/1 – Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre – Atlanta, GA

10/5 – Red Hat Amphitheater – Raleigh, NC

10/8 – Express Live! – Columbus, OH

10/9 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA

10/11 – The Sylvee – Madison, WI

10/12 – The Armory –  Minneapolis, MN

10/17 – Mercury Lounge – New York, NY *NOTD Only

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