Seahaven Debut LP “Winter Forever” Out Today on Run For Cover Records

Band On Tour Now with Touche Amore and Pianos Become The Teeth


“A different sort of psych-pop… (4 stars)”- Alternative Press

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On their debut full-length and follow up to 2010′s amazing Ghost, Seahaven exude an effortless and expert musical control, toeing the line between post-punk, emo and post-hardcore styles, moods and atmospheres. The songs carry an ethereal, organic depth and expertise of the space surrounding the music, resulting in a moving dynamism. From airy, minimalist textures to catchy, upbeat pop-rock sections to fully overblown anthems, the band stitch cohesive songs together behind the weaving delivery of vocalist Kyle Soto. Soto moves between storyteller drawl, delicate melody and gruff yell, dripping a tortured sincerity. The delivery reflects the band’s delicate musical balance, yet the lyrics paint pictures of a loss of control. Soto uses the musical canvas to try to make sense of love, God, abandonment; events outside of his control and how they affect what he can control.

The heartrending stories, musical peaks and valleys, lows and highs, darks and brights push Seahaven in every direction, yet thread a needle that pulls Winter Forever into a cohesive, dynamic and incredibly impressive listen.

Winter Forever Cover art:

01. Goodnight
02. It’s Over
03. Slow Down
04. Thank You
05. Black & White
06. Save Me
07. End of the World
08. Understanding
09. Honey Bee
10. PV

Catch Seahaven on tour now with Touche Amore and Pianos Become The Teeth
11/08/2011 | Oklahoma City, OK @ The Conservatory
11/09/2011 | Albuquerque, NM @ Gasworks
11/10/2011 | Tempe, AZ @ The Secret Garden
11/11/2011 | San Diego, CA @ Che Cafe
11/12/2011 | Yucaipa, CA @ The Paradigm | No Touche Amore
11/13/2011 | Los Angeles, CA @ EchoPlex
11/14/2011 | San Francisco, CA @ Submission Art Space
11/16/2011 | Portland, OR @ Branx
11/17/2011 | Seattle, WA @ Vera Project
11/18/2011 | Boise, ID @ The Shredder
11/19/2011 | Ogden, UT @ The Basement
11/20/2011 | Denver, CO @ Blast O Mat
11/22/2011 | Omaha, NE @ Waiting Room
11/23/2011 | Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
11/25/2011 | Cleveland, OH @ Now That’s Class
11/26/2011 | Pittsburgh, PA @ The Altar Bar | with Thursday, Maylene & The Sons of Disaster, Native
11/27/2011 | Detroit, MI @ Smalls
11/28/2011 | Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dee’s
11/29/2011 | Montreal, QC @ Underworld
11/30/2011 | Boston, MA @ Middle East Upstairs
12/01/2011 | New York City, NY @ Santos Party House
12/02/2011 | Purchase, NY @ Purchase University
12/03/2011 | Philadelphia, PA @ Broad Street Ministries
12/04/2011 | Washington, DC @ Red Palace
12/05/2011 | Charlotte, NC @ Tremont
12/06/2011 | Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
12/07/2011 | Wilmington, NC @ Soapbox
12/08/2011 | Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
12/09/2011 | Memphis, TN @ Escape Alley
12/10/2011 | St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
12/11/2011 | Lawrence, KS @ Jackpot
12/14/2011 | Las Vegas, NV @ Hypnotic Lounge | No Pianos Become The Teeth, with Caravels


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