Posts Tagged ‘Seaway’

NEWS: Slam Dunk Festival confirms final acts for 2015, including Architects, Finch & We Are The Ocean!

Slam Dunk Festival has released the last names for its frankly rather stunning 2015 line-up. You can find a list of all the new names below, along with a poster featuring the completed line-up:

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VIDEO: Seaway – Alberta

Ontario based pop punk collective Seaway have unveiled the video for their track ‘Alberta’, which features on their ‘All In My Head’ EP available now through Pure Noise Records. Check out the video below:

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NEWS: This Wild Life & As It Is confirm co-headlining May UK tour!

Brighton pop-punk boys As It Is and acoustic duo This Wild Life have announced a co-headline tour of the UK throughout May. Support across this tour will come from both Seaway and Boston Manor, and all of the dates can be found listed below:

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LIVE: Neck Deep @ O2 Academy, Bristol (03/02/2015)

Date: February 3rd, 2015
Venue: O2 Academy, Bristol
Support: Knuckle Puck, Seaway, Trophy Eyes


The past year for Wrexham’s Neck Deep has been unprecedented. Their popularity has risen more rapidly than the amount of kids at Disneyland infected with measles. The ‘Intercontinental Championships’ is their second full length UK tour and comes off the back of a tremendous summer playing Warped Tour in the US. A strong undercard of pop punk means that the O2 Academy may burst into pizza at any moment.

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AUDIO: Seaway – All In My Head (EP)

Canadian pop-punks Seaway have unveiled a stream of their new EP ‘All In My Head’. The EP is out now via Pure Noise Records, and you can listen to it in its entirety below:

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VIDEO: Seaway – Your Best Friend

Canadian pop-punks Seaway have released their brand new video for ‘Your Best Friend’ from their upcoming ‘All In Your Head’ EP, out November 3rd via Pure Noise Records. Check it out below!:

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NEWS: Neck Deep announce January/February 2015 UK tour with Knuckle Puck, Seaway and Trophy Eyes!

Pop-punk rising stars Neck Deep have unveiled January/February UK tour dates, with a support cast of Knuckle Puck, Seaway and Trophy Eyes throughout. You can find all of the tour dates listed below:

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