SEAWAY is thrilled to announce thier new video “Apartment” directly from the upcoming album “Vacation” out on September 15th via Pure Noise Records. As the band’s follow up to 2015’s “Colour Blind”, “Vacation” marks a progression in sound while still giving listeners the high energy and well-crafted hooks they have come to expect.
On “Vacation”, vocalist Ryan Locke shares
“’Vacation’ is a step in a new direction for us. While still holding onto familiar aspects of the band, we definitely explored new destinations for Seaway. It is the best music we’ve written thus far; the record we’ve been working towards for the last 4 years”.
You left, the coffee’ s burning. You thought that I was sleeping when you told me you loved me. You’ ll slip a note in my jeans, and let me know what you mean in pen. Farewell, I’ m leaving soon. All I wanna do is nothing with you in your apartment, on vacation forever. I’ ll take the subway downtown. We’ ll slip away, fool around. Let me swim in your thoughts again. We’ ll write a song no one hears. Bite our lips, fight the tears. So long, farewell, we’ re leaving soon. We need this but… Flip your hair. I feel you everywhere. Unaware of just what you do. I’ m so scared and loaded with blues, but balanced by you.
Formed in 2011, SEAWAY is Ryan Locke (vocals), Patrick Carleton (guitar, vocals), Ken Taylor (drums), Adam Shoji (bass), and Andrew Eichinger (guitar). The band has become known for their highly infectious brand of pop punk, one that strikes the perfect balance between the two styles and recalls a time when the genre centered on having fun.
SEAWAY released their debut album Hoser in 2013. The following year, the five Canucks signed to Pure Noise Records to release their follow up EP, “All in My Head”. Their sophomore full length “Colour Blind” was released in 2015 via Pure Noise Records following an entire summer on the Vans Warped Tour.
4. Lula On The Beach
5. Something Wonderful
6. Curse Me Out
7. Day Player
8. Misery In You
9. Scatter My Ashes
10. Car Seat Magazine
11. 40 Over
12. When I Hang Up