Killer Cali-Quartet can’t give us enough new tunes, but Seahaven does their best to satisfy our souls with two new singles, ‘Bait’ and ‘Harbor.’ These are off of the new album Halo of Hurt due out November 20th via Pure Noise Records.
A few weeks ago, Seahaven graced us with the announcement of their long-awaited return and news of their signing to Pure Noise, as well as their first single from the new era ‘Moon.’ This jam is the lead single off of their forthcoming album, Halo of Hurt. Now the band is back to give us more, and while our taste for Seahaven will never be satisfied, these two singles certainly help our hunger pains.
Seahaven – ‘Bait’
‘Bait’ was one of the first ideas that lead vocalist Kyle Soto (big swoon) had floating around and held onto since their break in 2016. Calling it his ‘what if,’ it all fell into place. This song has not disappointed fans, as we reminisce on all the things we absolutely adore about these dudes. Lyrically relatable, sonically magical ‘Bait’ solidifies the return of Seahaven.
Seahaven – ‘Harbor’
With single ‘Harbor,’ the goal was to satisfy the urge to get in the room and bring the noise. Soto follows, “Of course with us, the sparse, drawn-out verse inherently follows. However, I still get a lot of raw energy throughout this one. Also, lyrically very conversational, I feel helps paint the picture of the themes and relationships present throughout the record.”
A vibe of new sounds and old, Seahaven gives fans what they love while entwining their tremendous growth through the years. We’re here for the return, and so is everyone else, as Seahaven brings back a bad revived of their younger selves. Removing the pressure, breaking the mold, we are beyond stoked for what’s to follow.
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