Dance pop outfit Seitlos debut catchy single featuring Timotion

‘Just Do It’ out January 22nd

Just do it

Seitlos is the brain child of producer/writer and multi instrumentalist Tim Milliken. The band consists of various musicians, dancers, performers and artists all bound together by a love for music. Hailing from Nashville, Tennessee and London, Tim is crafting his own genre of dance orientated pop music for a worldwide audience. Counting high profile names like Boy George amongst his fanbase, Tim is ready to take the industry by storm.

As a band, the idea behind Tim’s project Seitlos was to formulate a completely new brand of music to bring it to the forefront, blending a variety of styles and genres to create something beautiful. Essentially Seitlos is about breaking the mould of pop and becoming the most unconventional, unorthodox, and exciting act possible.

The debut single from Seitlos is upbeat and exciting, uncompromising and surprising in equal measure. It is music that inspires you to do something different and picks you up on a gloomy day. A combination of both the new and the old, Seitlos are doing something different with conventional channels to music. They don’t care about accolades or praise they just want to make music that people can enjoy and invest in.

Music for Seitlos is not about high profile names or locations associated with pop stardom, music to them is about passion, creativity, love and strength all of which is condensed and put into the craft and performance of their songs.

Listen to ‘Just Do It’ here:

The meaning of Seitlos (properly spelt Zeitlos) means ‘timeless’ which is exactly what the performance collective want to become. With an arsenal of future classic’s under their belt it is only a matter of time before Seitlos becomes a household name.

‘Just Do it’ is out January 22nd

Links

https://www.facebook.com/TIMOtion-324655453227/timeline?ref=page_internal

https://twitter.com/timotion1

https://myspace.com/timotion1

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