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Seadog Crashes in Like a “Tidal Wave”

By Maura Marcellino

International music alert! Mark Benton and Tom Chadd of Brighton duo, Seadog, are back with their first single from their forthcoming album, Internal Noise. Recorded at Bella Union Studios in Brighton and produced by Jack Wolter of Penelope Isles, the song blends dream-pop synths and drum machines with layered guitars and Jack’s pounding drums. We have to agree with Jason Lytle of indie rock band, Grandaddy when he says; “Tidal Wave ticks all the boxes for me…but above all, it sounds like it’s flying and I have a soft spot for songs that sound like they are flying.” Jason is just one of the well-known musicians praising Seadog! Matthew Caws of Nada Surf, David Crosby, and Simon Raymonde of Bella Union and Cocteau Twins also spoke highly of the duo. With a bright and uplifting chorus, soft vocals, sweet synths, and chime sound effects, this track makes you want to grab your friends and family and enjoy a chill time at the beach!

The music video is something so special. Filmed and edited by Chris Tomsett (Innerstrings) at Black Rock, Brighton, this funky and nostalgic music video takes the viewers back in time in a visually pleasing experience with cool special effects such as kaleidoscope and colorful patterns.

Watch the stunning video for “Tidal Wave” below

 

Maura Marcellino

Maura Marcellino is studying business and environmental sustainability at George Mason University. When she is not studying, Maura enjoys listening to music and spending time with friends and family.

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