Miami, Florida-based trio, Seafoam Walls offers up an incredible mixture of jazz, shoegaze, rock, hip-hop, and Afro-Caribbean rhythms that’s unavoidably interesting. Dubbed “Caribbean Jazzgaze,” the new sound is what can be found on the band’s forthcoming debut album, XVI, due on November 12 via The Daydream Library Series.

Along with the album news is the hypnotic new single, “Program,” which can be heard below after debuting on BrooklynVegan. Commenting on their music, singer and guitarist Jayan Bertrand shares, “When I wrote these songs my worldview was crumbling. A new wave of activism and intersectionality was shifting the way I thought and wrote.”

XVI Track Listing:

1. Sound Check (1:52)
2. You Can’t Have Your Cake And Ego Too (Happy Birthday) (5:37)
3. A.I. (6:02)
4. Dependency (2:36)
5. You Always Said (5:45)
6. Program (2:51)
7. See (4:14)
8. Rushed Rain (5:49)

Artwork for “Program” by Seafoam Walls
Artwork for ‘XVI’ by Seafoam Walls

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