Vacation is the third studio album by Canadian rock band Seaway and a follow-up to 2015's Colour Blind. On July 13, 2017, it was reported that Seaway had signed to Dine Alone Records to handle the Canadian distribution for their next LP "Vacation". Album artwork, track listing and a music video for the first single "Apartment" was also released at this time. Of Vacation, Singer Ryan Locke said.
Seaway 'Vacation' (album stream). Published Sep 14, 2017. Ontario pop-punk dudes Seaway are finally back with their new album Vacation, and as such, you can stream the record in full now. The LP marks the follow-up to 2015's Colour Blind, zeroing in on what their team dubbed "high energy and well-crafted hooks. Vacation is a step in a new direction for us," frontman Ryan Locke previously said in a statement. While still holding onto familiar aspects of the band, we definitely explored new destinations for Seaway.
Seaway’s latest album has graced our eyes as of the 15th September. Vacation is the third full-length album the band has released since forming in 2011, and is the follow up to 2015’s Colour Blind. Vacation is full of high energy and infectious hooks that we have known to come from this band, who are the perfect definition of Pop-Punk. The album includes many highlights such as ‘Curse Me Out,’ ‘Lula on the Beach’ and ‘London. It’s a great, feel-good album that is guaranteed to bring a smile to your face and have you jumping around the room. New album ‘Vacation’ out 15TH september via pure noise records.
Released September 15, 2017. Vacation is a step in a new direction for us, frontman Ryan Locke said in a statement. While still holding onto familiar aspects of the band, we definitely explored new destinations for Seaway
Seaway Vacation (Pure Noise Records). Apparently perfecting your brand of punk/rock can lead one to revisit their earliest influences. In the case of Seaway, the band has chosen to follow up their 2015 gem, Colour Blind, with a totally 90s alt/rock album of pure bliss. Vacation is a mixture of Third Eye Blind, Weezer, Lit, The Ataris, and more; in a word, the band has pulled off their nostalgic trip immaculately.