405tv Session // Sea of Bees
On a rainy afternoon in London we met Julie Anne Bee (better known as Sea Of Bees) fresh from her tour around the UK supporting her new album Orangefarben released through Heavenly Records in April.
After gaining early support from Spin and NPR, See Of Bees has developed from her first album, creating more experimental folk songs. Relaxed and timid, you can draw conclusions as to how growing up in Sacramento, California has influenced the singer.
The session was recorded/edited by George and Louise Nindi.
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Here is our super excellent summer playlist for you all to wrap your ears around, especially for the 405. Co-written and co-produced by all three of us Fever Fevers; sensitive pussies should not listen to this awesome set of ditties. Sorry, no space for Sean Paul feat. Blu Cantrell... [read more]
Ahead of the release of her debut album, Song For The Ravens, Julie Baenziger, aka Sea of Bees has announced a run of UK tour dates with Smoke Fairies for 2011. Tour Dates: January 16 â Tunbridge Wells, Forum 17 â Brighton, Jam 18 â Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms 19 â Birmingham, Glee Club 20 â Nottingham, Glee Club 22 â Lancaster, Library 23 â Gateshead, Sage 24 â Glasgow, Oran Mor 26 â Manchester, Ruby Lounge 27 â Leeds, Brudenell Social ... (continued) [read more]
Riding My Bike Down L Street, Sacremento In Sacramento, California I would wake up in my old house. It was full of friends and music. I would want to make coffee, but would always ride my bike instead to the coffee house down the street. I would like to see who was out and about, the familiar faces, and wake myself up with a blast of the cold morning air or the hot sun. I was free on my bike in every way - I didnât have to worry about the cost of gas or anything. It... (continued) [read more]