Non-binary pop-indie newcomer SEDA quickly made a name for themselves locally, because of their genre-defying sound and remarkable raspy-soul-voice, after first stepping onto the scene.
SEDA blends pop with indie, and a bit of retro making their music seem timeless. SEDA has been an opening act for the likes of Jess Glynne, sharing the stage with Bombay Bicycle Club, Yellow Days, MAJAN and many more.
SEDA is known for their international sound and impresses with versatility and effortless authenticity. From gut-wrenching lyrics paired with heartbreaking strong vocals to carefree summer bops that make you want to go on a road trip and make you forget about your troubles.