BOO Seeka aim to incite only the craziest of dance moves with the release of the video for their single “Millennium Drive”.
"Millennium Drive" landed on Spotify's New Music Friday AU and Indie Arrivals and Apple Music's Best of the Week, as well as snapping rotation on triple j. It's the most galvanizing release from the two dream-tronic beat makers and it materialised in just 15 minutes. Combining BOO's signature vocal over a myriad of drum-and-bass-like beats and climbing synth sounds, it's a fiery three minute journey on a sonic highway.
Accompanying the track is a video that is just as dynamic as its counterpart, featuring BOO himself busting some of his signature moves with a brief appearance from Mikey. BOO states "running with the theme of this track, this video was like smashing the crap out of a punching bag. Leaving me puffed and released from the inevitable stress we seem to put on ourselves in everyday life."
Since their inception in 2015, BOO Seeka have accumulated over 50 million Spotify streams and dominated national airwaves with their previous singles “Oh My”, “Deception Bay” and “Fool”. After a run of hit singles, their debut album, ‘Never Too Soon’ was released in 2017 (through SureShaker and Warner Music Australia).
Working with producer and long-time collaborator, Ian Pritchett, ‘Never Too Soon’ placed at #1 on the Australian iTunes Album Charts on the day of release, was triple j Feature Album, and debuted at #8 on the first week ARIA Album Charts and led to a series of sold out tours and showcases around the world.
BOO Seeka have also been noted for their infectious live performance, being featured in festival lineups such as Groovin’ the Moo, Splendour In The Grass, Party in the Paddock, The Big Pineapple, The Great Escape (UK) and SXSW (US). Reflecting their own talent, the duo were matched up to support notable artists such as Sticky Fingers, SAFIA, DMA’S, Jarryd James, Cherub (US) and North East Party House and continued their international success, selling out headline shows in Amsterdam, London, San Francisco and New York on their 2017 tour.
With their fresh sound and high energy live shows, in the last six months, Ben and Mike sold out shows around Australia on their Summer Corona Tour and played festivals such as Violet Vibes and Beyond the Valley. A swag of new songs in the works, BOO Seeka are currently in the studio finishing off their second album, and will have plenty more exciting things to reveal throughout 2019.