Originally classmates at school from Sydney in Australia, Mitch Thompson and Tom Jordan both found their way to call Nashville a permanent home and as a duo earned a recording contract in music city with Sony Nashville. Taking the band name from the Northern suburb of New South Wales’s state capital where the duo grew up and first met, they are ready to embark on the next global adventure and head to Europe for the first time where they will appear in both London and Glasgow at this years C2C Country to Country Festival.
The duo made their Grand Ole Opry debut in September last year and spent the later part of 2019 on the road with fellow Country to Country debutante Mitchell Tenpenny, who they join on his latest track ‘Anything She Says’ which you can listen to HERE whilst their first EP of their own ‘Love That’ came out in April 2019 (listen HERE) with the title track acting as their debut single.
A key part of the expansion of a traditional Nashville sound where they have different influences where you can clearly see the scope for things like pop or or R&B or rock to be incorporated and like their countryman Keith Urban they bring a different outlook on life in the United States so their sound is really modern and relevant which is sure to be hit for fans on this side of the Atlantic.
Seaforth make their first trip to Europe in March for C2C Country to Country where they will appear on the Spotlight Stage inside the Main Arena in Glasgow on Saturday 14th March, before playing the separate ticketed Official Aftershow party later that evening. (Tickets available HERE) They also appear in London over the weekend on the BBC Radio 2 Stage in the Indigo and Town Square Stage in addition to performing at the festival in Berlin. You can find all their upcoming tour news and keep up to date with them on their website and socials:
C2C Country To Country is Europe’s largest country music festival taking place in Berlin (6th, 7th & 8th March) and Amsterdam (7th & 8th March) before 3 nights at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, 3Arena in Dublin and the flagship event at London’s O2 Arena over the weekend of March 13th-15th. Full information on the festival HERE which includes information and ticket links for all venues.