Working with Bastille gave Marshmello the biggest hit of his career this year with "Happier," and it seems the UK band enjoyed its time in the dance sphere, because they're with another dance-pop collab with Norwegian trio Seeb.
“It ended up as a creature of its own, with DNA from both Seeb and Bastille," Seeb is quoted in a joint press statement. "We were all very much involved in the process, even though we were all in different places; at one point even in three different continents. We hope it will show the fans a different side to SeeB as we begin to explore new paths.”
"Grip" is a blend of pop rock and electronic hooks, perfect for radio play or getting ready for a night on the town. It's a sing-along for car rides with friends and a belter when you're alone playing star in front of the mirror.