Working with Bastille gave Marshmello the most important hit of his profession this yr with "Happier," and it appears the UK band loved its time within the dance sphere, as a result of they're with one other dance-pop collab with Norwegian trio Seeb.
“It ended up as a creature of its personal, with DNA from each Seeb and Bastille," Seeb is quoted in a joint press assertion. "We had been all very a lot concerned within the course of, regardless that we had been all elsewhere; at one level even in three completely different continents. We hope it is going to present the followers a unique facet to SeeB as we start to discover new paths.”
"Grip" is a mix of pop rock and digital hooks, excellent for radio play or preparing for an evening in town. It's a sing-along for automotive rides with mates and a belter while you're alone enjoying star in entrance of the mirror.
“Seeb turned our huge, messy guitar tune into one thing new and utterly completely different," Bastille's Dan Smith is quoted, "nevertheless it nonetheless feels wholly consistent with the escapist theme of the tune: the euphoria and horrors of a late, late evening. When the drop occurs, it’s such as you get sucked again into the weirdness of the evening, or like a door’s been opened into the clubby world of Seeb. Their manufacturing takes it someplace we by no means would have anticipated.”
The single is out now on Universal Music and Virgin Records, and it'll be included on Bastille's fourth mixtape, Other People’s Heartache Pt. four, out in full Friday. Listen to "Grip" beneath.