Norwegian duo Seeb teams up with pop rising star Nina Nesbitt on a brand new single ‘Sweet Dreams & Dynamite’
Playing with the warmth of the track’s bouncy bass and sparkling synths, they provide the perfect context for Nina Nesbitt’s topline to shine. And she truly delivers, captivating with a vocal that moves freely from autotuned distortion to a surging falsetto and a sharp staccato delivery. Telling the story of a love that’s lost, the song uses sorrow as a starting point for a production of pure positivity.
The duo says: “We’ve been looking for an opportunity to work with Nina ever since we heard ‘The Best You Had’ a few years ago. Then suddenly out of the blue she sent across a lovely piano ballad idea she had been working on and we immediately clicked with it and jumped all in. It really took on a direction of its own and we are really happy with how it turned out. Nina is a pleasure to work with and being from Swedish/Scottish parents we felt right at home from the start.”
Nina Nesbitt adds: “I’m so excited to collab with SEEB on ‘Sweet Dreams & Dynamite’. I love where they’ve taken this song after sending them it as a piano ballad.
Seeb’s debut album ‘Sad In Scandinavia’ extended their flair for collaborations, calling on international artists (Bastille,Olivia O’Brien, Dan Caplen) and big Nordic talents (Dagny, KIDDO, Julie Bergan) alike. They subsequently reconnected with their roots in the dance world with the accompanying remix album, which featured Steff da Campo, BLOODLINE, Hartzon and many more.
Nina Nesbitt’s single ‘Summer Fling’ accelerated to #1 on TikTok UK’s Hot 50 while also being added to 40 New Music Friday playlists all over the world, while ‘Life’s A Bitch’ received Radio 1 airplay and a second wave of key playlist adds ahead of her headline set at the first ever Metaverse Festival.
‘The Sun Will Come Up…’ elevated Nina to a place in Spotify’s Top 500 artists in the world as while her tracks have featured on over a thousand of the platform’s playlists. Her growing global reputation was further emphasised when she was named by Taylor Swift during her acceptance speech for the Woman of the Decade Award at Billboard’s Women in Music event.