Impromptu music collabs in a treehouse? YES! The Finnish band Steve’n’Seagulls, known for their YouTube videos and folk rendition of Thunderstruck, are embarking on a new music series, “Seagulls’ Nest”, which will feature music collabs with well-known artists. All the events take place at the spur of a moment, inn a treehouse the band constructed themselves in the forest in Finland.
“It was an evening after a gig we played in Finland. It seemed to be so that all the live dates would be postponed again due to this pandemic. The evening turned into a night and the idea to build a treehouse for music was born. And since we decided to build one – let’s invite people to visit! And even if the pandemic would postpone our tours and almost everything we wanted to stay active. This way we would get to spend time together, do cool stuff and of course play music with awesome musicians. What more can one wish for? This whole process of building a treehouse and filming this series has been a huge sparkle for us during these weird and difficult times.” the band explains their project.
The first guests are known Finnish musicians, including: Timo Kotipelto of Stratovarius, Noora Louhimo of Battle Beast, Samy Elbanna of Lost Society and one of the Finnish rock legends Sami Yaffa of Hanoi Rocks, Michael Monroe, New York Dolls, Joan Jett and more! While interviews and life moments will take place, the main focus of this series is in music. As a result, each Seagulls’ Nest episode includes two newly arranged songs performed live by the guest and Steve’n’Seagulls.