Seafret have announced a new album and UK headline tour with 8 UK dates including Manchester Club Academy.
The east Yorkshire band, made up of Jack Sedman and Harry Draper, returned with latest single Fall. Speaking about the single they commented, “Sometimes it feels like all the doors are closing around you and you can start losing heart in what you’re doing or where you are in your life. ‘Fall’ was written about overcoming that feeling and never giving up.”
The single is accompanied by a video from director Stuart Alexander, who had previously worked with Seafret on the videos for previous singles Monsters and Loving You. “After working with director Stuart Alexander on the previous to videos,” they explain, “it only felt right to team up with him again for our latest video for ‘Fall’. Creating videos for the music really seems to give life to a track and Stuart always delivers above and beyond what we have in mind. The video itself is based in WW1 where a soldier is on the battlefield, fighting for his life trying to get home. The track was written about not giving up when things aren’t going to plan and we feel this powerful footage is a true example of that. Everyone involved in the making of this video worked their socks off to make this happen and we hope people really enjoy and connect with it in their own way.”
Fall hints at what is to come on their upcoming album Most Of Us Are Strangers, which is due for release on 7 February.
When do Seafret headline at Manchester Club Academy?
Seafret headline at Manchester Club Academy on 11 March 2020. The Manchester gig is one of 8 UK and Ireland dates they have announced:
10 March – Glasgow, St Luke’s
11 March – Manchester, Club Academy
13 March – Leeds, Stylus
14 March – Bristol, SWX
15 March – Exeter, The Phoenix
17 March – Brighton, Concorde 2
18 March – London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
20 March – Dublin, Academy
When do tickets go on sale for Seafret’s UK tour?
Tickets for Seafret’s UK tour go on sale at 9am on Friday 25 October. A presale opens at 9am on Wednesday 23 October.