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Simen Mitlid ‘Weeks feat. Tuvaband’ : And the act of not believing in anything.

Simen Mitlid / Artwork: Kristoffer Eidsnes

Hailing from the lush woods of Os, Norway, singer-songwriter Simen Mitlid crafts lush, Nordic indie-folk a la contemporaries like Sufjan Stevens, Fleet Foxes and Patrick Watson. Since the critical acclaimed 2017 debut album ‘Everything Is the Same’, Mitlid have been working on his second full length release. Self-produced and recorded in vivid locales in his hometown, the album is playful and nostalgic.

‘Weeks’ is an indie ballad about god, and the act of not believing in anything. The song features the Norwegian indie-favourite Tuvaband. Weeks is released with a B-side track, or sequel called ‘Anything’, and features the indiefolk-group Benedikt.

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