SEER BELIEVER
MAKES ITS DEBUT
BENT OUT TODAY VIA MEMORY MUSIC

PHOTO CREDIT: Sydney Ford
Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Nick Manske also known as alternative rock outfit Seer Believer launched its debut album Bent today via Will Yip’s Memory Music. Brooklyn Vegan described it as “the calmer side of latter-day Pianos Become the Teeth and Title Fight.”

Manske’s Gleemer bandmates Corey Coffman (engineer, mixing, production) and Charlie O’Neil (drums) helped record the album. The writing process was quite therapeutic for Manske since he was able to move on from his old haunts. Some of his ghosts included death (“On God”), infidelity (“Stuck Inside”), substance abuse (“Breaking In”) and alcoholism (“Love Much”).

From the smooth and jangly guitars to the soothing and velvety vocals to the buttery bass tone to the well-rounded and cohesive drumming – Bent contains the elements that make timeless, essential, and memorable alt-rock gems.

Recently, New Noise unveiled the music video for their single “So Much Like Perfect” that’s about getting lost in things (family, relationships, addiction) and finding your way through. The static video was directed and edited by Drew Horen (Justin Timberlake, NERD, Renata Zeiguer) over at the legendary Good Company.
“So Much Like Perfect”
Seer Believer is a creative outlet for Denver-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Nick Manske who’s best known as guitarist in the buzzy dream pop band Gleemer. His authentic debut album Bent was mastered by Will Yip(Circa Survive, Title Fight, Tigers Jaw, The Menzingers) and was released on May 29th via Memory Music. Limited edition vinyl is still available for preorder and will ship sometime around mid-June.
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