Posted on 12.09.13 at 12:31 pm

Seinabo Sey has released her debut track Younger and is delivering perfectly quintessential Swedish Pop/R&B.  This is what I’ve been waiting for in this genre.

 The quality has been teased by two recent tracks from artists Naomi Pilgrim and Mapei, who are also overlapping from the same team (including producer Magnus Lidehäll who is working with Seinabo Sey). But Younger is on a different level.  The song itself is a well written pop song with solid lyrics and a pop mid-tempo ballad feel (a hard style to crack).  The production is enticing, interesting, and surprising.  Already this morning I’ve played it about 7 times.  It’s kind of perfect.


2 Responses to “Introducing: Seinabo Sey”

  1. […] Like Seinabo Sey‘s deep eyes, this video is a well of stories and emotions.  It’s simplistic at its surface, but within that simplicity a million flittering moments exist that spurr my mind on a passionate journey through the condition of youth, its beauty and its challenges.  Seinabo herself embodies a wisdom that contradicts her very message of youth proclaimed and defended.  Just like the motifs that represent the dichotomy of youth and understanding- a dead squirrel, a moment of unexpected intimacy between two men, the liveliness of an abandoned home, the beauty of nature clouded by cigarette smoke- this song is anthemic for anyone who has ever wondered beyond the naivete of our blissful youth, and it’s the perfect imagery for an incredible debut track. […]

  2. […] There’s a swedish songstress out there named Seinabo Sey who is blowing our minds with her fantastic songwriting- her first track Younger whet the appetite of pop music lovers all over and got her some significant internet circulation.  Produced by Magnus Lidehäll (who has written and produced for Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Mapei, Sky Ferreira and Kylie Minogue), the song is an absolute gem (read my post on it here). […]

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