SEER BELIEVER
SIGNS TO MEMORY MUSIC
DEBUT ALBUM BENT OUT MAY 29th
UNVEILS NEW SINGLE AND LAUNCHES PREORDER

PHOTO CREDIT: Sydney Ford
Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Nick Manske also known as alternative rock band Seer Believer has signed to producer, engineer, and songwriter Will Yip’s Memory Music. His authentic debut album Bent is set for a May 29threlease. “It’s just me laying it all out on the table,” vows Manske. In addition, his mesmerizing new single “So Much Like Perfect” is now available worldwide via Spotify and Apple Music. Also, limited edition vinyl is available for preorder.

“The songwriting is all about serving the songs and the message is honest, emotive, and classic feeling with a fresh twist,” describes Yip. “The vocal delivery, dynamics, and melodies hit me immediately. I knew that I wanted to be a part of this in some way and I can’t wait to build with the project.”

Manske’s Gleemer bandmates Corey Coffman (engineer, mixing, production) and Charlie O’Neil (drums) helped record his debut. Bent was influenced by bands from Bremerton/Seattle during the ‘00s music scene as well as artists such as The Velvet Teen, HAIM, Infinite Me, and David Bazan. “Bent can be a lot of things,” explains Manske. “To be upset ‘bent out of shape’ or to ‘bend the truth’ but to me it’s kind of like how you feel after a bender.” 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.
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 debut album Bent was mastered by Will Yip (Circa Survive, Title Fight, Tigers Jaw, The Menzingers) and will be released on May 29th via Memory Music. The first two singles “Hard” and “So Much Like Perfect” are now available worldwide via Spotify and Apple Music.
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