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Seaway – The Garage, London – 17/01/2018 | Live Review

Seaway took to the stage at The Garage in London for the final show of their UK headlining tour.

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Flying the flag for pop-punk in its purest form, Seaway have achieved an overwhelming amount of success in such a short space of time. Their third studio album Vacation really helped to put them on the map, and since then they’ve been going from strength to strength. They’ve supported the likes of Four Year Strong and Silverstein, as well as playing the renowned Slam Dunk Festival, but surely nothing could beat the excitement of playing their very own show at The Garage in London this week. Their biggest headlining gig to date, things were bound to be special— luckily MOSH was there to cash in on the experience!

Offering a mixture of tracks from their previous releases but focusing heavily on their latest release, Seaway did manage to put together a set that was surely able to please everyone present, no matter what their tastes. Huge singles such as ‘London’ and ‘Lula on the Beach’, taken from Vacation, took pride of place however, namely because they’re such brilliant testaments to the way that the band has evolved for the better.

Another strong point in the set came in the form of fan-favourite ‘Sabrina the Teenage Bitch’, taken from the band’s eponymous debut EP that was released back in 2011. The track has been a staple in Seaway’s live performances since the very beginning and always draws an intense reaction from the crowds at their shows. More old cuts such as ‘Your Best Friend’ and ‘Shy Guys’ came across equally as brilliant.

There’s no denying that Seaway have a number of diehard fans, the kind who will buy tickets for every date and make damn sure they are right up on the barricade each night. It’s those a step behind who make up the most energy in the crowd however, the dedicated few who go to just the one show and so put their all in to embracing what the band have to offer. Jumping, dancing, yelling back the lyrics… even a mosh pit or two made an appearance throughout the set.

London was the final date of the tour and the band used it to their advantage, delivering a performance that had the audience captivated from the very get-go.

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