Seafair Release Music Video For “Birdhouse”

Cleveland indie sextet Seafair are now premiering the new music video for their song “Birdhouse” via The Vinyl District. “Birdhouse” comes off of the band’s 2015 release The Querencia. The album can be purchased digitally or physically via Seafair’s website.

Seafair’s lead singer Chayla Hope was just declared the “Best Female Vocalist” of 2016 according to Cleveland Scene.

Seafair will be touring in the U.S. this May and June. A full list of dates can be found below.

Tour Dates:
05/05 – Cleveland, OH – The Grog Shop*

05/07 – New York, NY – Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2*
05/20 – Akron, OH – The Rialto Theatre
06/10 – Pittsburgh, PA – Howler’s
06/11 – Brooklyn, NY – Littlefield

w/ Jesus On The Mainline

2016.  Seafair’s already been working hard at not letting the winter months go to waste with a co-headlining slot at Brite Winter 2016, headlining trips to Pittsburgh, Akron, with several weekend runs throughout the region upon them and a full East Coast summer tour in August.  In between, Seafair plans on several single & video releases, including “Birdhouse” off of The Querencia, as well as a brand new EP release planned for the fall.  They’ve already spent time at critically-acclaimed producer Jim Wirt’s Crushtone Studios with the red wizard himself Jim Stewart at the helm engineering two new brilliantly catchy tracks for the EP, “Jukebox Soul” and “Parachute,” which the band has been playing with as part their live show since January.
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Hi, I am Alan. I live in Broadstone, Dorset with my wife, Shirley, my son, Ryan and two dogs called Bailey and Jasper. I have recently retired after working in the Armed Forces and in Public Service since 1977 so I now have a bit more time to do the things I love. Music is a huge part of my life and always has been. I have a broad taste in music and can find something to enjoy in most styles of music. I have always been attracted to music which has something to say, is outside the mainstream and is perhaps a bit rebellious. I guess my early influences were late 1970's Punk and new wave bands, especially those who came out of Northern Ireland where I grew up. I loved Stiff Little Fingers, The Undertones, Rudi, Starjets etc but also bands like The Ramones, The Clash, The Jam and so on. I like singer songwriters including Van Morrison, Springsteen, Neil Young & Bob Dylan and in recent years I have become more interested in folk and acoustic music but I also love the sort of high drive energetic Folk/Punk music delivered by bands like The Levellers, Leatherat, Ferocious Dog and many others who frequent the UK Festival scene. I have long since lost the desire to spend my holidays laying around in the sun and these days am much more likely to be found in a muddy field somewhere in the UK during the festival season.

2 thoughts on “Seafair Release Music Video For “Birdhouse”

  1. Chaos

    Unforunatley as a non corp no spirit making music advertising promo and review collective too…plans were agreed to come.along & REVIEW his festival too….but oddlyI was told….not enough funds /tickets to allocate to reviewers etc.. I its Just for fun. ..that’s but we on trade and accreditation bur to say the least heading to 0161 PUNK FESTIVAL MANCHESTER. ..epic 3day event with accreditation and passes…and a big hearty welcome….my sort of pepl…enjoy your SOMETHINGs…. (I’ll be elsewhere )….Hope they ALL go well…..take care…get wild wonky an be wonderful all seasons


    1. The Sound of Summer Post author

      I assume that your comment is on the wrong piece and that you are talking about the Something Else festivals. Let me explain something, these festivals are totally Grass roots. Gail pays all of her artists unlike let’s say Glastonbury.

      I do around 20 festivals a year. For big festivals I admit I expect a press pass. For things like the Something Else festivals I could get a free pass if I asked, but I don’t ask. I don’t ask because they can’t afford to lose the income. The solar party comes in at £25, the bigger festivals £50 including camping. Beer is about £3 and the people are my family.

      It seems that you are only interested if you can go free, that’s a matter for you, but I believe in putting something back, the music business is tough enough without being written off by people because you cant give them a freebie



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