SeaChange may be responsible for creating a fresh new musical genre, namely scelectro pop, a crisp blend of Scandinavian electro synth pop delivered to us by Nordic songstress Ellen W Sundes in the form of her delicate new track ‘Let’s Dance’
The track is taken from her upcoming album, due for release this Autumn, and following the success of her debut single ‘Bursting’ which received airplay in Norway, England, Denmark and Germany.
This Berlin dwelling lo-fi lady makes beautiful loop based minimal music, with soft yet chilling vocal harmonies which showcases her sultry yet raspy voice perfectly.
Ellen took her stage name, Sea Change, from Beck’s 2002 studio album of the same name and has drawn comparisons to Swedish artist Karin Andersson, more commonly known by her stage name, Fever Ray.
Only 250 singles are being pressed on 7″ vinyl and all 250 will be individually numbered. You can receive a specified numbered vinyl on request from the distributor if you’re something of a vinyl collector or the next available number if you’re quick. It is, however, also available as a digital download if you’re more of an MP3 sort of music maestro.
Alas, Ellen has no foreseeable plans to cross the seas to tour British shores any time soon but will be touring Denmark, Norway, Faro and the Ice Islands in January and February and will be appearing at various other festivals including Oslo’s By:Larm Festival if you happen to be passing through Europe during 2014’s summer months.