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Artist: Seaforth
Track: Get the Girl
Single: Get the Girl

Fresh from appearances at the 50th CMA Fest in Nashville, comes an exciting new release from Australian born, Nashville based country music sensation, Seaforth. Get the Girl, co-written with Rocky Block and Jordan Dozzi features a strong, heavy tone catchy hook, staying true to Seaforth’s signature modern melodic sound.

Get the Girl blends country, pop and ’80’s elements. It was born from personal experiences with a twist on love. The self-produced track marks this popular duo’s first independent release post Sony Nashville, a milestone in their journey. “We’ve already achieved 400M+ streams globally and we are excited to continue building on this as a freshly independent act. We look forward to more releases this year, leading up to our debut album,” say the duo, Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson, aka Seaforth.

They say they are excited about their future. After an amicable parting of ways with Sony Nashville, which saw the move from their hometown of Sydney to Nashville in 2017, being signed, receiving multiple gold records and sharing the stage with major US country artists, festival appearances, international touring and most recently a headline US tour, they are commencing a new journey as independent artists.

“We’re more excited and driven than ever with this new chapter of independence. So much has happened in six years since we moved to Nashville at 23. Sony were great to us and supported us in tough times, but naturally our ambitions have grown, developed, over time. We’ve never wanted to fit a mould, our goal has always been to create the best music possible, as we believe that’s what matters most to people.”

This new release has added to Seaforth’s growing catalogue of original songs that mix a melodic sound with modern organic production combined with storytelling elements of classic country. Expect more releases from this hit making duo in 2023 in the leadup to the release of their debut album.

Website: Seaforth

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