Seaway and Safe To Say Stream New Split, Out October 23

By on October 20, 2012

Canadian punk rockers Seaway and Safe To Say are streaming their new split in its entirety on YouTube. The split will be available this coming Tuesday, October 23, via Mutant League Records. The six-song split can be streamed via this YouTube playlist and embedded on your website.

Seaway’s brand of angsty pop-punk will ring true to fans of The Wonder Years and The Story So Far, and first released song “Middle Finger” shows that. Seaway’s other two songs on this split build on that style of pop-punk and the band is sure to turn heads of many long-times fans of teh genre. For Seaway, this split comes in anticipation of a new full-length record in 2013 as the band continues to spread its music across North America.

Safe To Say is recommended for fans of Balance & Composure, Title Fight, Citizen. Already one of the best young punk talents in Canada, the group released the song “Dead Birds” from this split a couple of weeks ago. The split is a follow-up to Safe To Say’s Sick To Death EP earlier this year.

The split is currently available for preorder via Mutant League Records’ webstore.

Seaway / Safe To Say – Split
Mutant League Records
October 23, 2012

Side A: Seaway
1. Homewrecker
2. Middle Finger (STREAM)
3. Lifted

Side B: Safe To Say
4. Wished You the Worst
5. Entirely
6. Dead Birds (STREAM)

More about Seaway:
Seaway is a pop-punk group from Oakville, Ontario who recently signed with Mutant League Records.  The band offers memorable hooks and honest lyrics, coated with a thick exterior of angst as represented in their fan favorite “Sabrina The Teenage Bitch”.  Seaway looks to stretch their music across North America with a full-length album in the works for 2013.  RIYL: The Wonder Years, New Found Glory, The Story So Far
More about Safe To Say:
Safe to Say is a five piece melodic punk band hailing from Markham, Ontario.  The band admits that what sets them apart from most other pop-punk bands is that they all write songs about having fun with their friends.  “Too bad we don’t have any friends,” comments bassist Josh Hicke.  RIYL: Balance and Composure, Title Fight, Citizen


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.