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PREMIERE: SEKI – “PARTY ON THE BALCONY”

The rising alt-pop star kicks off the New Year with the release of EP “Party on the Balcony”.

Fresh on the scene, Thai artist SEKI has been making waves with his shoegaze-esque, indie-pop sound. There’s a depth to SEKI’s oeuvre, which is layered with hair-raising harmonies, and earworm melodies. As a child, the young artist would take trips to Bangkok’s bountiful flea markets, where he would cherry-pick an array of cassettes. From Bee Gees to The Psychedelic Furs, a young SEKI was building the musical foundation for his genre-bending sound.

Adding more current influences into his sonic concoction, such as Hippo Campus and Tame Impala – what results is a new wave-infused melding of synths and falsettos. His latest release, EP “Party on the Balcony”, closed out 2022 with a bang. Brought out into the world on New Year’s Eve – its singles released to some serious critical acclaim.

It’s not hard to see why, as “Party on the Balcony” is a triumph. Tracks like “Die Young” are blazing ballads. Electrifying, and synth-heavy – it’ll no doubt be added to your listening rotation. Others, like “I Like (That She’s So Cool)” are nostalgic bliss. Glittering guitars dance, while the lyrics carry along a sense of all-consuming infatuation. The closing “Need A Moment” ends the EP on a high note. A groovy bassline underpins pulsating synths, as the artist’s soft lilt lays gently overtop. We see you, SEKI!

With features from Spotify, Apple Music, KKBOX, and AWA already under his belt – this new release is sure to set SEKI up for greatness. And to think, this is only the beginning. As we charge full steam ahead into 2023 – there’s no doubt that SEKI will take on this year like he ended the last.

To listen to SEKI’s debut EP “Party on the Balcony”, head below…

PREMIERE: SEKI – “PARTY ON THE BALCONY”

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