Set Mo - See Right Through Me - Do You Like That Song?
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Set Mo – See Right Through Me


While summer is ending for us, Spring is starting in Australia, and Set Mo felt like it was the perfect time to unveil their new track “See Right Through Me”. Influenced by their summer festivals shows, Set Mo wrote the song in a single session, with amazing vocals by Xavier Dunn. The video features the duo trekking across their hometown for a photoshoot, set with bus-stop moves and bike riding along the way. Their dance moves at the end make the song even better. This one really is what we can call a hands-in-the-air song, don’t miss it!

Set Mo explain how the track came together:

“We started writing this song earlier in the year just as summer was coming to an end. It was our first summer playing lots of festivals and great outdoor daytime parties all around the country. When the gigs settled down and we had some uninterrupted time in the studio, the memories of our greatest summer to date really came through in the music we were writing. As with all our favourite songs, ‘See Right Through Me’ was written in a single session. The track was written with our good friend Xavier Dunn who also sings on it. We couldn’t be happier with how this turned out and feel like it’s the perfect time to get it out to the world just as we start rolling into summer.”



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