@letssvvim Just a boy trying to stay afloat.
SVVIM, Alt Pop One man band
At live shows described as 'stadium worthy' you will find SVVIM surrounded by a rig of pedals, drum pads, cymbals and synths performing as a one man band. SVVIM’s live show is something that he's carefully crafted with a complex, technical yet functional set up. He uses his rig of gear to create multiple layers in his performances, whether it be multiplying his voice into 3 part harmonies or looping keyboards/synths, playing drum pads and drum kit to create the equivalent of other band members, he generates way more than one mans worth of noise.
Debut EP 'One Shot Romance' out now Produced with platinum certified producer Jack Gourlay, (worked with artists including James Arthur, Jess Glynne, Jack Garratt & Tom Odell.)
"The best live session of the year, if not ever" - BBC Introducing
SVVIM's live sound is something that he has carefully crafted. With a complex but functional setup, he harnesses a range of technologies to create multiple layers to his performances. Whether it is multiplying his vocals to sound like a three-part-harmony or using looping pedals, drum machines and effects to create the virtual equivalents of other band members, SVVIM successfully generates way more than one man’s-worth of noise. As a result, his live performances offer a really unique sense of added value, on top of the usual qualities that live music fans look for. Yes, he can sing in tune and play his instrument well. Yes, his songs are well-crafted and catchy. But the ability to, at most times, be doing four different things with his four limbs, as well as singing and replicating his voice into multiple ‘parts’, leaves his audiences amazed, possibly perplexed but certainly entertained. - GROW Magazine.
For fans of Sohn, Aquillo, Rhodes, Bon Iver, Jack Garratt, Tame Impala, Glass Animals, Kanye West, Phil Collins
SORRY FOR THE IPHONE SOUND QUALITY, BUT THIS VIDEO IS MAINLY TO SHOWCASE MY LIVE ABILITY AS A ONE MAN BAND PERFORMER. DON'T MISS OUT ON THE LIVE DRUMMING AT THEN END.