I see the clouds floating, rather dancing in the sky,
I see the green leaves of the trees moving to the fleeting wind of the North
I see three girls standing barefoot on the ground, singing in perfect harmony,
As fresh as the the water of the river, they inspire a calm and a great peace of mind
Their voices are overwhelming, like the flood, and they’ll make you feel like breathing under water.
This must be why these three girls go by the name of I SEE RIVERS.
Pop/Folk trio, dubbed with ‘Float/Folk’ offer a unique vocal experience, supported by a soothing instrumentation made of guitar strings and synthesizer.
Critically acclaimed, originally from Norway (Hammerfest, Jostedal & Oslo) and now based in Liverpool, I SEE RIVERS are about to release the highly anticipated EP ‘Standing Barefoot’.
They’re bringing something dreamy and mysterious. Stripped-down are their compositions, a pure acoustic experience. Plus, the sincerity in their lyrics enhance the poetry in their Folk music.
After releasing their single “Loved Ones” and touring the rural parts of Norway,
Playing festivals such as Belladrum (Scotland), Green Man (Wales) and Malakoff (Nordfjordeid, Norway),
The girls did their biggest tour to date supporting Newton Faulkner all around the UK and are now preparing for this summer’s festival season with great festivals to be released.
Their new EP, Standing Barefoot is impatiently expected for April 2017.
Meanwhile, let’s enjoy their current music, addictive delight to play on and on.
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