I See Rivers drop new single ‘Da Ram’ ahead of debut EP release
Local residents, I See Rivers, hailing from Norway have unveiled their new single, ‘Da Ram‘ ahead of the release of their EP Standing Barefoot.
Norwegian trio, I See Rivers have made Liverpool their home away from home and in the process are making a name for themselves as ones to watch, with their enchanting harmonies and captivating songs.
Close to releasing their debut EP, Standing Barefoot, the all-female outfit have released a new single, ‘Da Ram‘ and a video to go alone with it too. Quirky and fun, I See Rivers’ latest offering provides a warmth vibe with the gentle repetitive chords of the guitar giving an element of fun about it, along with chimes and then the harmonising on the chorus, that will have you singing with them in no time.
The video focuses on a man doing his daily work on a farm while the girls dance and sing ‘Da Ram‘ behind him, almost like they’re beckoning the farmer to join them before he eventually succumbs and joins I See Rivers in dancing and singing between a cosy living room and a field with confetti raining down upon the farmer and band. If this is your introduction to I See Rivers, then the delightful ‘Da Ram‘ is a good place to start.
The band are set to release their first EP, Standing Barefoot on April 22nd and are next playing in Liverpool on April 5th at 2ube Xtra Festival with tickets on sale now via Music Glue.
‘Da Ram‘ is available to download and stream now on iTunes and Spotify.
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