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Band & Musician News - NZ EDM artist SEEKR releases his 2nd single 'Don't Call'!

NZ EDM artist SEEKR releases his 2nd single 'Don't Call'!

19 February 2021 - 0 Comments

SEEKR didn’t expect music with the release of his first single Come Back as he was just hoping to create some content and get some buzz going. However it has already garnered hundreds of streams on Spotify as well as being added to NZ Musicians Hatchlings Playlist and George FM’s Sunday Rotation.

Now just over a month after releasing his debut track, SEEKR is back with a new track Don’t Call.

Don't Call is the second release from Tamaki Makaurau EDM artist SEEKR. The track is about “feeling stuck when someone you know keeps putting their problems on you and then you just cut them off for your mental wellbeing”.

SEEKR is an EDM artist based in Tamaki Makaurau (Auckland). When he starts playing live he hopes to travel and share his music. Seekr’s name derives from the creation of music “I think making music is always a discovery and as a musician you’re always looking for different ways to express yourself”.


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