Remember how summer used to last forever? Well, now it definitely feels finite, and it’s already almost half over. So get your shit together and check out some banging tours before another one slips away.
Sum 41 hit up the sold-out House of Blues in San Diego, California to celebrate the “Does This Look Infected 15th Anniversary Tour”, with support from Seaway and Super Whatevr.
Neck Deep’s “The Peace and The Panic” Tour hit the Minneapolis, Minnesota venue First Avenue on Tuesday, February 13th.
Our photographer joined the excited masses gathered at Bodega in Nottingham to catch Seaway and Woes on their current UK run. Check out the photos and review here…
Toronto pop-punk band Seaway has released their new single “Curse Me Out” which you can now check out below.
Seaway headed the line-up of a four band feast in the depths of Rock City’s Basement. It was a good turn out for a small venue, with several band t-shirts adorned throughout the crowd.
Ahead of their UK dates with Seaway, WSTR release a new single “Nail The Casket (Thanks For Nothing)”. Check it out here…
WSTR have now released a brand new single “Featherweight”, available to download and stream everywhere from 6th December.
Oakville pop-punk band Seaway have just released a cover of Alanis Morissette’s 1995 hit “Hand In My Pocket”.
Seaway are a courageous band. Their pop punk influence is admirable and they’re destined for big things.
Seaway has premiered their sophomore album, Colour Blind, that’s due out on October 23rd via New Damage Records in Canada – listen here!
Seaway is prepping for the release of their sophomore album, Colour Blind, on October 23rd and has premiered a brand new song called “Best Mistake.”
Canadian pop-punk quintet Seaway played their first ever gigs in the UK recently when they supported Neck Deep on their UK tour. Our photographer was in London to grab these shots of the band.
Ontario, Canada pop punk band, Seaway is currently streaming their new EP All in My Head in its entirety on SoundCloud – listen below. All in My Head, Seaway’s debut release on Pure Noise Records which was engineered and produced by Anton DeLost at MediaOne Studios, will be available everywhere tomorrow. Seaway is also supporting Four Year Strong, Transit and Such Gold on tour November 2nd through 21st.