Dear Seattle are the melodic, sing along, beer-in-the-air, headbanging-with-heart punk rock band you’ve been waiting for.
One part mosh pit, and one part love letter – with a dash of VB – the band have created a truly unique and powerful style of song writing that’s connecting with fans across Australia and the rest of the world.
In classic rock and roll style, they spent most of 2017 in a van driving up and down the east coast bringing their unforgettable live show to cap cities and regional areas, including BIGSOUND, Shakafest, Festival Of The Sun, Party In The Paddock, Hyperfest and more. The band played to the biggest crowds of their careers, sold out every show of their headline tour, and had thousands of people at Unify: A Heavy Music Gathering singing along to every word.
The van blew up somewhere between Adelaide and Sydney.
On Tuesday, Dear Seattle released their music video for the opening track on their debut EP ‘The Things You Do’. “Over the last 6 months we’ve been collecting snaps and footage from all of our tours and fezzies for this music video for The Things You Do. It’s safe to say it’s been the most hectic time of our lives, but we couldn’t be more chuffed on it!”says vocalist Brae Fisher.
“The Things You Do illustrates a pivotal point in our band history, where we had to undergo one of the hardest separations to date. The track explores the rollercoaster of deciding to move forward as a four-piece, and how that decision impacted the music we play, the themes we cover, and the friendships we had built with former members of the band. It’s a very bittersweet song in a way, as it was such a crushing change to have made for all parties, but it’s led to such a great chemistry among us and a move towards music we are all so proud of.”
Catch them burning rubber across the country in a brand-new van on tour with Hockey Dad or at Hills Are Alive throughout March.