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Seaway – All In My Head | EP Review

Seaway have released their third EP All In My Head – check out what we had to say about it here!

Seaway - All In My Head

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In their three short years as a band, pop punkers Seaway have already attracted many a fan while out on tours with the likes of State ChampsMan Overboard and even Hoodie Allen. Their hometown location of Oakville, Ontario is somewhat of a unique selling point, as many consider the east coast of America to be the hub of pop punk – but who said Canadians can’t rock out with the best of them?!

Brand new EP All In My Head has just been released, and despite ringing in at only 13 minutes and 52 seconds across four tracks it is nothing short of incredible. It’s the kind of record that will be doted on by fans of The Wonder Years and A Day To Remember, but can be appreciated by fans of any sub-genre of rock with the over-whelming talent it boasts. Their debut full-length Hoser went down a treat among fans, and this short but sweet EP is certainly enough to tide over the demand for another record while the quintet are surely working on their sophomore album which will be their first since they signed to Pure Noise Records.

The first track ‘Your Best Friend‘ has an interesting lyric theme; aimed at the girl who’s best friend is dating the protagonist. The song far from delicately deals with the situation, but instead takes a blunt approach – much is the case for a lot of pop punk tracks. It’s the perfect soundtrack for dialling your friends at Domino’s Pizza who will likely be catering your evening of pop punk and debauchery!

Alberta‘ takes a somewhat quieter approach, but singer Ryan Locke is back to his familiar way of delivering vocals soon after. The song switches between softer, emotional verses and an in-your-face chorus topped off with a punchy, powerful guitar solo – it’s no doubt that this is the track that is intended to pull on your heartstrings and it’s sure to do it’s job!

Rounded off with ‘The Let Down‘ and ‘If I Came Back For You‘, Seaway have done a phenomenal job at crafting their sound in to something really unique on what is now their third EP. Now with the backing of a bigger label this is just a taste of what is to come, painting a brilliant picture of the bright future that Seaway have ahead of them.

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