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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