Monday 13 January 2020

Seafret - Most Of Us Are Strangers

Returning on Friday with their latest single, East Yorkshire duo Seafret have unveiled the gorgeous Most Of Us Are Strangers. Taken from the pair's upcoming second album of the same name, due for release March 13th, the track tackles the hiding of emotions in their intimate folk-pop setting. Speaking about the track and video they explain, “’Most Of Us Are Strangers’, is baseda round hiding emotions or troubles to save inflicting the worry on others. We go about our daily lives interacting with the same friends, colleagues and loved ones, but most of time the appearance that we give is not a true reflection of how we may be feeling on the inside. If we were to share our true feelings, our triumphs, battles and our defeats there’s a big chance people’s opinions of us would completely change, thus making most of us strangers. We tend to hold things back because people are all too quick to judge. To us, although melancholic, the song is hopeful and says, “It’s ok to open up and it’s ok not to be ok.” We hope you all love this as much as we do. Jack and Harry x” Take a listen for yourselves below.

Live Dates
18 Feb – Amsterdam, Paradiso Noord
20 Feb – Copenhagen, Pumpehuset
22 Feb – Oslo, Ingensteds
24 Feb – Hamburg, Knust
25 Feb – Berlin, Bi Nuu
27 Feb – Prague, Lucerna Music Bar
28 Feb – Budapest, Dürer Kert
29 Feb – Vienna, Flex
02 Mar – Munich, Strom
03 Mar – Zurich, Plaza
05 Mar – Cologne, Luxor
06 Mar – Paris, La Maroquinerie
07 Mar – Gent, Charlatan
08 Mar – Groningen, Oosterpoort Binnenzaal
10 Mar – Glasgow, St Luke’s
11 Mar – Manchester, Club Academy
13 Mar – Leeds, Stylus
14 Mar – Bristol, SWX
15 Mar – Exeter, The Phoenix
17 Mar – Brighton, Concorde 2
18 Mar – London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
20 Mar – Dublin, Academy
06 June – Bridlington, Spa


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