SEAFORTH REIMAGINES SINGLE “LOVE THAT”
OPRY DEBUT SET FOR SEPT. 6 TEAMING WITH MITCHELL TENPENNY FOR ANYTHING SHE SAYS TOUR
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Buzzworthy new duo Seaforth has released a reimagined version of their debut single “Love That,” as well as an artistic accompanying video. Listen now.
Directed by Alex Alvga, the clip was filmed in Greenpoint Brooklyn, set against the glittering New York City skyline. Watch now.
Co-written by Seaforth (Tom Jordan, Mitch Thompson), Daniel Ross, and Michael Whitworth, “Love That” has been making waves with critics praising the “melodic, hook-filed singalong” (Billboard) as “an attractive debut” (MusicRow).
The on-the-rise duo are set to make their Grand Ole Opry debut Sept. 6, showing off their “spot-on harmonies” (Sounds Like Nashville) on country music’s most famous stage. They’ll also bring their “hook-heavy songs, layered harmonies and quick wit” (Country Now) to Wild and Wonderful Country Fest on Aug. 24 and Seven Peaks Music Festival Aug. 31.
This fall, they’ll join Mitchell Tenpenny for the ANYTHING SHE SAYS TOUR which kicks off Oct. 10 in Nashville. Tickets are available now.
Seaforth is childhood friends Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson, who grew up together in the Sydney, Australia suburb from where they take their name. Predicted to be “a breakout duo of 2019” by Taste of Country, the multi-talented pair recently released their buzzed-about debut single “Love That” to country radio, as well as with their four-song Love That EP which they co-produced alongside award-winning producer Dann Huff. The 2019 MusicRow Discovery Artist of the Year nominees are steadily earning a name for themselves on the road with hitmakers including Kane Brown, Brett Young and will join Mitchell Tenpenny for the ANYTHING SHE SAYS TOUR this fall. They are actively recording their debut full-length album on RCA Nashville.