Release Date: October 23rd 2015
Label: Pure Noise Records
The world is saturated with pop-punk bands that stand in two different categories. One corner has the raw aggressive fast-paced bands that are so quick to mimic Parker Cannon, or the polar opposite with the saccharine soaked pop sing-a-longs of As It Is and All Time Low. But, where does the next New Found Glory come from? Why has the popularity of bands like Four Year Strong died down? Here we have Seaway, who look to bridge the gap with a more ‘traditional’ take on the so called pop-punk of the early 2000s with their second full-length, ‘Colour Blind’, but they’ll need to be more consistently inspired to keep the imagination of a rigid generation for the genre.