Mysteriously sounding name ‘Púr Múdd’ is a Tallinn (Estonia) based pop-electronic duo, consisting of two talented multi-instrumentalists and producers – Oliver Rõõmus and Joonatan Siiman. On May 22nd the duo will be releasing their brand new single ‘HIGHER’ in collaboration with a Dutch record label ‘Soave Records’.
To celebrate the release of the new track ‘Púr Múdd’ are taking the audiences on the higher grounds with a special release online concert on Thursday, 21st of May at 9.30 PM GMT+3 on the Púr Múdd and bobe.me Facebook accounts!
‘Higher’ is the duo’s third single this year. The song was completed a year ago but was waiting for the right time and right record company to be released. And now the time has come! May seemed to be the perfect moment for the release as the song itself has an uplifting summer vibe that goes well with the current anticipation of summer amongst people. The vocals on the track are sung by American singer Chris Jamison, who’s previously been part of the TV show ‘The Voice’ in 2014, where he got to the finals and was mentored by Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine.
Joonatan Siiman commented on the online release concert: ‘This is our only concert of this kind, so we invite everyone to join from their homes via Facebook.’ The location of the online concert is inspired by the title of the song and ‘Púr Múdd’ will be literally taking us ‘higher’. Oliver Rõõmus hints that ‘the location is a well-known building in the centre of Tallinn, where you can see both a beautiful city and sea view.’
‘Púr Múdd’ started their collaboration in 2017 and since then they have been releasing music and performing at the biggest festivals, venues in Estonia. The duo’s sound stands out with its muddy bass drops and infectious melodies, which elevates into something unique in their energetic performance, where live-instruments and vocals have a crucial role. ‘Púr Múdd’ doesn’t like to limit themselves and that is proven by their diverse repertoire and unique way of combining different styles into their music, while still containing their minimalistic sound.