Halo of Hurt by Seahaven is available for streaming everywhere, NOW.
After the reveal of three absolutely killer singles, Seahaven’s long-awaited return album has officially hit the shelves. Via Pure Noise Records, Singles ‘Moon‘, ‘Bait’ and ‘Harbor‘ surprised fans. But naturally left them nostalgic for the past and our everlasting love for Seahaven’s signature sound.
A perfect installment to the band’s catalog, vocalist Kyle Soto shares, “Halo Of Hurt has been a long time in the making, and we feel it accurately reflects a lot of the emotions that were present between Reverie and now…” What they left us with was some of their best work to date.
Seahaven – ‘I Don’t Belong Here’
Sometimes a band evolution can leave fans uneasy. With Seahaven, though, we had no problem letting the band run forth with their progression. Astronomical, ominous, moonlit, and slightly sinister, Halo of Hurt reignited the bright flame the made Seahaven’s early 2010 run so special. An adventurous alt-rock album that leaves you longing to wrestle self-doubt, inner demons and cast them forever into the void.
Seahaven – ‘Void’
After feeling some underlying anxieties after 2014, they wanted to connect back to the band’s beginning. Finding a progression of their younger selves, rightfully revived versions. Creating with no timelines, no pressures, and breaking free from pre-fit molds. What we were left with was one hell of an album. One that has revived one of the best to ever do it in a way we never expected.
Seahaven – ‘Eraser’
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Featured Image Source Seahaven – Halo of Hurt Official Album Art