WIESE Hear Me Review
WIESE Hear Me Review
WIESE (Trygve Wiese-Haugland) is a songwriter, producer, and DJ from Bergen, Norway – the hometown of Kygo and Alan Walker. WIESE makes commercial electronic pop music characterized by catchy melodies, pulsating rhythms, and a radio-friendly format. His influences and inspirations include Imanbek, R3hab, and Hedegaard, mixed with a timely blend of storytelling lyrics and infectious pop. WIESE’s songs have garnered over 15 million Spotify plays to date, as well as significant radio rotation and placements on Spotify’s official editorial playlists. Live-performance highlights include Viking Stadium (audience 16,000), NHH (audience 2,000) and Rockefeller Music Hall (audience 1,500).
About the Single
“Hear Me” is WIESE’s latest single that explores a bright pop, deep house tune that touches on the freedom after post-lockdown confinement and the excitement at the prospect of travel and adventure coming back into full swing. With the male and female vocalist touching on their future of exploring again. WIESE shares, “The song is telling a story about what lockdown has done to us as human beings, our ability to be close to each other and our need to explore things the way we used to.”
Our Favorite Track
The deep house elements can be heard instantly in the intro of “Hear Me” with the synths and affected vocals. The song builds to a catchy beat, and the melody is fun and memorable. The chorus has a nice mix of male and female vocals. The second verse is the male answer, and this adds a variety of colors and keeps the song fresh. “Hear Me” has a summer breeze vibe with exotic flavors and tropical overtone. The music’s main synth melody and flow have a happy and alive mood that is perfect for keeping things upbeat and on the positive side.
WIESE combines his influences and inspirations of Imanbek, R3hab, and Hedegaard to create an uplifting sound that will appeal to pop and electronic music enthusiasts. With a mix of storytelling in the lyrics and infectious EDM/Deep House production and feel, WIESE covers all the bases. WIESE explains, “After a year in lockdown and finally starting to see things opening up again, the vibe I felt was uplifting, energetic, and happy.” That sums up “Hear Me” perfectly.
June 11, 2021