Seek Bromance

Album: Single Release Only (2010)
Charted: 13
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  • This is a single recorded by Swedish DJ and dance producer Tim Berg. The song features the vocals of house singer Amanda Wilson who first shot to fame in 2005 after teaming up with The Freemasons on their worldwide smash hit "Love On My Mind," and its 2006 follow-up, "Watchin."

    Following her success with the Freemasons' first album, Wilson went on to provide lead vocals for their 2008 remix of Gusto's "Disco's Revenge," which gave her a third Top 40 hit in the UK.
  • Berg told the story of this song in an interview on Ministry of Sound: "Well when I first released the instrumental of 'Bromance,' a couple of French producers called Alviin & Da Frenchy did a bootleg with an old Amanda Wilson track called "The Love U Seek." Then Ministry of Sound contacted me and wanted to release it as a vocal version - so we got Amanda herself to redo the vocals and it sounded great so we just went for it!"


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