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Seaforth Releases Personal New Song, “Breakups”

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In case you missed it! RCA Nashville duo Seaforth are ushering in 2021 with their latest track, “Breakups.” Listen here.

The duo’s Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson co-wrote the plaintive new tune with Liz Rose and Cameron Bedell, and self-produced the track from their at-home studio.

“’Breakups’ is the most personal song we’ve put out to date,” said Jordan and Thompson. “It was written from a very real place and was almost like therapy for us both in different ways. We hope everyone can relate to it like we do.”

The duo performed the track, plus a cover of Morgan Wallen’s “Chasin’ You,” on nationally syndicated The Bobby Bones Show last week following a tongue-in-cheek ‘feud’ with the radio personality. Watch here

The lilting new song is the duo’s first release of 2021, following a string of critically-lauded tracks last year including “Close Enough,” where Billboard praised “Clever wordplay rules the day on the sexy track” and NY Country Swag echoed “Country music lovers can expect to hear a lot more from Seaforth going forward.” It followed “Talk About,” their “banjo-backed singalong that is simply made for country radio” (Your Life In a Song), as well as “uber-romantic” (PopCulture) ballad “Everything Falls for You.” 

About Seaforth: Named after the sun-kissed suburb of Sydney, Australia they once called home, award-winning duo Seaforth have developed one of the most recognizable sounds in country music. The 2019 MusicRow Discovery Artist of the Year-nominated band is comprised of lifelong friends Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson, who, as Seaforth, have shared the stage opening for stars like Keith Urban, Kane Brown, and Brett Young. Shortly after the pair first collaborated as neighbors and former classmates, they began making trips to Nashville, showcasing their progressive country sound. After signing with RCA Nashville and moving to Music City, they’ve proven to be one of country music’s standout acts. Their debut EP, Love That , and its title track made waves at country radio before topping Rolling Stone’s Trending 25 chart and earning more than 43 million on-demand streams. The short-player, praised by outlets like MusicRow and Sounds Like Nashville, was followed by “Anything She Says,” the duo’s Gold-certified collaboration with 2X Platinum-selling artist and Sony Music Nashville labelmate Mitchell Tenpenny, which has surpassed 79 million on-demand streams. Recipients of ARPA’s prestigious 2020 Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year-Nashville award, Seaforth is poised to be one of the decade’s most exciting breakthrough duos.

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