After working for artists like Loreen and Diana Vickers under the name of Simen & Espen, the production team of Simen Eriksrud and Espen Berg launched the EDM act SeeB. The Norwegian duo first came together as owners of Oslo's The Living Room, a recording studio used by acts from the glamorous pop superstar Lady Gaga to the Polish death metal act Khold. Simen & Espen earned their own production credits beginning in 2012 with work on Loreen's Living Room album Heal, and in 2014 they worked on Kiesza's Sound of a Woman, with SeeB getting a credit for remixes sourced from the album. In 2016, SeeB came into its own with the single "Breathe," released by EMI and featuring vocals from Neev. They also incorporated Nick Strand, turning SeeB into a trio. That year, they made their mainstream breakthrough with a remix of Mike Posner's "I Took a Pill in Ibiza," which broke into the Top 10 across Europe and in the United States. Remixes of Coldplay's "Hymn for the Weekend" and OneRepublic's "Kids" followed, further increasing their audience. The following year, the duo returned with the singles "Under Your Skin," with R. City, and "Boys in the Street," featuring Greg Holden. Also in 2017, they paired with OneRepublic for the track "Rich Love." ~ David Jeffries
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