SeeEyeGee Drops Latest Album ‘Welcome To Bellingham’

Bellingham, Washington State, is the hometown of producer SeeEyeGee, and it’s clearly a place close to his heart, as he pens a loveletter to the town in his new album, ‘Welcome To Bellingham’.

The 8 track album which is the culmination of a lifetime exploring EDM, Pop, and Hip-Hop, is an upbeat and powerful lesson in old skool House and Industrial dance music. The euphoria never stops, right from first track ‘Drop It’, right through to the 80s tinged, ‘This Love’, an extended mix of the song first heard at track 3.

The album has an over-arcing theme of the triumph of love over hate, with positive emotions pouring out with every note, providing the listener an escape from the heavy reality of the year we’ve had, and look like continuing to have. Having plenty of time on his hands, like the rest of us, SeeEyeGee focused on his art, and has created a masterpiece.

SeeEyeGee got his start in the nightclubs of Seattle, where local legends would let him spin his own records in the final 15 minutes of their sets. It was this experience which led SeeEyeGee to the knowledge that he wanted to perform live at EDM festivals, which he hopes, all things considering, to be able to do this year.

You can stream and download ‘Welcome To Bellingham’ here. Find out more about SeeEyeGee and his music online on Facebook, Instagram, and Spotify.

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