Monday, November 30, 2015

“Wildfire” by Seafret – A Song Review

     Seafret uploaded “Wildfire” as a Soundcloud stream. Until now, the UK duo steered clear of uploading their music onto Soundcloud. We understand the reasons for limiting free streaming of their music. On the other hand, staying away from Soundcloud limited the options available to the bloggers who would like to spread the word, since Hype Machine is partial to Soundcloud posts.
     “Wildfire” includes the vocal soars and thoughtful lyrics that characterize the music of Seafret. The song will be part of Seafret's debut album “Tell Me It's Real,” which is scheduled for release on January 29 through Sweet Jane/Columbia Records.
     Seafret is Jack Sedman (vocals) and Harry Draper (guitar) from Bridington, a coastal town of the North Sea. The band name has both a musical significance (a guitar fret board) and a personal significance (a “seafret” is the term for the rolling mists that enter from the North Sea during summer).

     “Wildfire” by Seafret


          We find the video for “Oceans” to be the most powerful in the video library of Seafret. Visually, the message is about bullying. Lyrically, the song is about a relationship – “It feels like there’s oceans between me and you once again; We hide our emotions under the surface and try to pretend.”

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