NOTD Hopes To Reunite With Bea Miller On A Future Collaboration

We're so close to new NOTD music!

Tobias Danielsson and Samuel Brandt burst onto the music scene in 2018 when they released their hit single "I Wanna Know" with Bea Miller.

Since then, the duo has formed a friendship with Miller and even brought her on stage as a surprise guest during their Life is Beautiful set in Las Vegas in 2021.

With more of their singles continuing to chart and gain streams online, NOTD is ready to release a new song with Miller in the future.

"'I Wanna Know' has a really special place in our hearts. That was our first original song that blew up! We're really close friends with Bea too, so it would be super fun to do another song with her," Danielsson tells PRIDE.

In the past few years, NOTD has released plenty of hit singles including "So Close," "I Don't Know Why," "Keep You Mine," and the more recent song "AM:PM." The latter has received plenty of airplay by being featured in a prominent Target commercial.

"Ever since we started, the dream was to make it internationally. To see people from outside your own country singing along to your songs, it's so cool and unreal," Danielsson says.

"We're Swedish, so I don't think we actually understand really how big Target is. Our manager has been telling us this is huge, so that sounds pretty sick," Brandt adds.

Now, the duo is hitting the road across the United States this fall. Aside from their headlining gigs, their upcoming tour also includes a few opening performances for The Chainsmokers.

"It's going to be super sick. We're such big fans of The Chainsmokers. That's a dream come true. We have a bunch of other shows planned as well, so it's going to be exciting to come back," Brandt says.

With 2023 being a big year for the guys, they're also manifesting more exciting collaborations and headlining sets at some of the biggest stages in the world.

"Holly Humberstone would be really cool to work with. She's so talented [and] amazing. [We'd love to headline] Lollapalooza. That'd be really cool, but also, Tomorrowland would be really cool. Tomorrowland was my favorite festival ever growing up. I need to play there one day," Danielsson concludes.

To grab tickets to see NOTD this fall, check out their website here. To see the full interview, check out the video below.

NOTD Hopes to Reunite With Bea Miller on a Future Collaboration