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Avicii breakthrough classic Seek Bromance turns 10 years old

 Avicii breakthrough classic Seek Bromance turns 10 years old

Its hard to realize but it has already been a whole decade sinceAviciishook the spotlight with the anthem Seek Bromance. The song was released in the summer of 2010 as a bootleg, and instantly took over radio stations like Kiss FM, the track, which was later embellished with vocals by the incredible Amanda Wilson, was released (officially) on the legendary Ministry of Sound in October 2010. , and instantly catapulted the Swede into prime-time consciousness. Having made a name for themselves with tracks such as "Alcoholic" under his pseudonym Tim Berg around 2008 and 2009, many who were "in the know" were already beginning to notice the baby-faced producer from Stockholm, including Pete Tong - who later recruited Avicii to act as Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1 - and Tiësto, who offered Tim a support slot during his massive headlining event with Pendulum in Victoria Park, London (July 2010).
With an euphoric hold and arguably the most iconic melody of all time, "Seek Bromance" really kicked off the era of EDM, in the summer when bands like Swedish House Mafia already released "One (Your Name)" and "Miami 2 Ibiza". ... When David Guetta released his album Nothing But The Beat in 2011 and Calvin Harris released 18 Months in 2012, these artists really took electronic music to the next level during this three-year period, and Avicii himself completed his own musical a journey through EDM in 2013 with the launch of their debut album "True" in the fall of 2013. However, it was "Seek Bromance" that really brought the Swede to the pinnacle of fame, which had never been seen before. After releasing hits like "My Feelings For You", "Fade Into Darkness", "Silhouettes" and "Levels" over the next 18 months, it was the moment genius was born. We miss you Tim.