I See Rivers share dreamy track ‘How’

The Norwegian trio share their latest glimpse into their upcoming debut album.

I See Rivers share dreamy track 'How'

With their debut album set for release in September, Norway-born Wales-based trio I See Rivers have shared brand new track ‘How’.

A melodic and euphoric track, with a vibe not too dissimilar to a Bombay Bicycle Club number, ‘How’ is inspired by the turbulent love story of Perseus and Andromeda.

In their own words, the three-piece - made up of Eline (Keys, vocals, percussion), Gøril (guitar, vocals, drum pad) and Lill (drums, vocals) - explain, “Through Andromeda’s eyes, the song echoes her deep understanding of her connection to Perseus and her belief that even through hardships and turmoil, they have always been destined to be together - even after death she and Perseus is to spend the rest of their existence as constellations in the sky. Although drawn from the Greek myth, the deeper and more personal message of the song is about the need to make sense of things whilst battling the fear of losing face and understanding.”

Have a listen to the uplifting new’un below.

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