Following on from the discharge of their highly-praised new EP ‘Wherever From Right here’ final 12 months, Bridlington’s most interesting Seafret want to kick off their 2023 with their hovering new single ‘See, I’m Sorry’.
Conjuring a extra euphoric and uplifting path this time round, ‘See, I’m Sorry’ marks one of many extra triumphant entries of their latest catalogue. Accompanied by a shocking new video, the place followers had been requested to say what they had been sorry for, the brand new launch units a precedent for what we will count on from them within the months forward.
Talking in regards to the new launch, they stated, “We’ve completely liked making this observe! We’ve all bought one thing to apologise for or some small regrets and that’s what impressed us to jot down this music. Big thanks to all of the followers for sending of their movies that make this launch much more particular.”
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Seafret are additionally set to embark on an intensive UK and Irish headline tour in April this 12 months. Tickets can be found HERE, and you may see the total record of accessible dates beneath.
Seafret UK Headline Tour Dates:
April seventeenth Newcastle Cluny
April 18th Glasgow Oran Mor
April twentieth Leeds Stylus
April twenty first Manchester Gorilla
April twenty second Bristol Thekla
April twenty fourth Portsmouth The Wedgewood Rooms
April twenty fifth Brighton Chalk
April twenty sixth London KOKO
April twenty eighth Dublin Academy
April twenty ninth Belfast Limelight 2
Generally, to determine issues out, you must go proper again to the place you began. For duo Jack Sedman and Harry Draper, it took returning to their native Yorkshire to reconnect with the issues that matter, and start producing their finest, most significant music to this point.
Seafret shaped in 2011, after assembly at an open mic night time close to their hometown of Bridlington. Upon the discharge of their debut mission, Give Me One thing, it was clear they had been on to one thing. A 12 months later, in 2015, they launched their astounding Oceans EP. Accompanied by a video starring Sport of Thrones’s Maisie Williams as a bullied teen, the lead single ‘Oceans’ stays a fan favorite, with over 450M collective streams. It’s straightforward to grasp why. Sedman sings in a grief-stricken cry over lush preparations of piano, regular percussion and acoustic guitar strums: “You realize I’d fairly drown/ Than to go on with out you/ However you’re pulling me down.”
“Our music at all times has to have one thing actual about it,” Sedman says. He recollects his dad telling him that an viewers can at all times inform when an artist is singing from a perspective that isn’t their very own. “Folks can at all times recognise actual feeling.”
Their most up-to-date launch, ‘Wherever From Right here’ EP, the “Facet A” of the band’s forthcoming third album, is a shocking assortment of intricately woven songs that present simply how far they’ve come. These are vividly realised portraits; love letters to the band’s household and mates. Produced by Draper with Cam Blackwood (Florence and the Machine, George Ezra, London Grammar), the EP pares again Seafret’s folk-influenced sound and presents one thing altogether that’s each intimate and expansive. The instrumentation is wealthy and heat, whereas Sedman’s lyrics present a newfound maturity. “In a 12 months your face will change/ Cos nothing stays the identical/ We’re good at this age,” he sings. “I’ll miss these golden years at some point.”
2022 additionally took an uncommon flip for Seafret, with their stirring breakthrough single ‘Atlantis‘, initially launched again in 2015, seeing a significant revival in recognition because of a viral run on TikTok in latest months. It resulted of their month-to-month Spotify listeners catapult from 5M to 13M. Garnering at its peak over 1.7 million day by day streams globally ‘Atlantis’ hit the UK’s Official Charts at #38 in September.
Tons extra to come back from Seafret in 2023