I SEE RIVERS encapsulate audiences with their distinctive sound and renowned harmonies. With two EPs behind them, the band are in the process of making their highly anticipated debut album due for an independent release in 2020 with the support of PRS Momentum Fund, PRS Women Make Music, BBC Launchpad and their dedicated fans through Kickstarter.
There has been endless enthusiasm for I SEE RIVERS from media outlets such as Wonderland, Line Of Best Fit, Wonderland, i-D, Clash, Earmilk, The 405 and radio support from the likes of BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music, BBC Wales, Radio X as well as countless Spotify Playlists including ‘New Music Friday UK’, ‘New Music Friday Norway’, ‘The Stress Buster’ and ‘Nordic Folk’ to name a few. They’ve become a favourite for live sessions with numerous BBC and national radio performances, two Mahogany Sessions, BBC 2’s Rockfield Sessions and most recently as guests and performers on Channel 4’s primetime breakfast show, Sunday Brunch.
The multi-instrumentalist Scandi ‘float-pop’ trio are renowned for encapsulating audiences with their interweaving harmonies and distinctive Nordic sound which over time has evolved with heavier production and indie-electronic influences.
Eline (Keys, vocals, percussion), Gøril (guitar, vocals, drum pad) and Lill (drums, vocals) have toured extensively, selling out shows with highly acclaimed performances alongside the likes of Cosmo Sheldrake, Newton Faulkner, showcases with Communion and captivating audiences at festivals such as The Great Escape, Bergenfest and Green Man. Their synchronised, blended vocal arrangements and flawless instrumentation has them renowned as a must-see live act.
Although they are all originally from Norway, the girls met in Liverpool while studying and have recently moved to Pembrokeshire in Wales after falling in love with the Welsh coastline during the recording of their first EP in ‘StudiOwz’. Their new musical soundscape has them compared to a mix between Fleet Foxes and Haim, vocal and musical tranquillity with a foot stomping-pop twist.