Australian indie-electronic duo BOO SEEKA, make their triumphant return with ‘Take A Look’, their first release via Daily Nightly Records and under new management with Untitled Group.
‘Take A Look’ is the long anticipated lead from the duo’s forthcoming sophomore album. The powerful track combines ethereal vocals, smooth synths and a distinct energy to create a sound that is uniquely BOO SEEKA. The duo have been busy in the studio working on album #2 with producer Matt Bartlem (previously worked with Matt Corby, Lastlings, Jarryd James) & a new live show that they’re excited to share with the world in 2020.
“Take A Look was a simple message to ourselves that we should have listened to a long time ago, and with it we’re excited to turn an inspiring new leaf,” says BOO SEEKA.
Since breaking out in 2015 with their debut hit ‘Kingdom Leader’, which has since accumulated over 15 million streams, BOO SEEKA have dominated national consciousness. The pair’s dynamic energy both in the studio and on stage has allowed them to stand out amongst Australia’s thriving music scene.
BOO SEEKA’S 2017 debut album ‘Never Too Soon’ was met with global acclaim with triple j describing the record as a “beautifully crafted, worldly-sounding body of work”. The album debuted at #8 on the ARIA album charts and earned the home-grown heroes coveted spots on esteemed festival lineups Beyond The Valley, Groovin The Moo and Splendour In The Grassas well as selling out numerous headline tours across Australia, North America and Europe.
In 2020 BOO SEEKA have set their eyes on writing, recording & releasing their much anticipated sophomore album. Watch this space!
“Having well surpassed 50 million streams across their catalogue, BOO SEEKA have collected tens of thousands of fans since the release of their acclaimed debut album Never Too Soon and are hard at work on a 2020 follow up.” – The Partae [AU]
“Stepping into a similar sonic palette as Crooked Colours, SAFIA and RÜFÜS DU SOL, they bring their own unique flair to the sound with a groovy baseline and soaring guitars” – Thomas Bleach [AU]