Norwegian artist Sea Change enjoys propelling herself into a constant state of change.
It's a way of emboldening her creativity, but also keeps her viewpoints sharpened, and her technical skills fresh.
New album 'INSIDE' lands on November 15th, and it's bubbling, perpetually in motion electronics nod towards an increased fixation on club culture.
Her painterly touch remains, though, with Sea Change constantly introducing disruptive elements into her music.
Real name Ellen Sunde, she comments: “When I made this record I tried to channel the same state of mind I have when I go clubbing...”
"Not overthinking everything, like I usually do, but instead embracing my impulses; working intuitively, almost anti-intellectual. I learned that that's where I am able to get to the core of what I need to express and that I just had to trust those decisions."
New single 'STEPPING OUT' is online now, this purring, animalistic piece of electronic production that shuffles and shifts into a variety of different shapes.
She chants: “My new body can set me free / My lean muscles do the work / I let my skin turn into fur...”
Anthropomorphic club tendencies, you can tune in below.
Photo Credit: Fotini Chora
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