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Seaway debut new track ‘Freak’

We’ve already had the announcement of a new album from Canadian pop-punk crew Seaway this week. Now they’re following it up with a first track from the record.

Released on October 23d, the first taster of ’Colour Blind’ comes in the form of ‘Freak’, which is streaming online below.

“While recording ‘Colour Blind’, we as a band agreed that ‘Freak’ should be the first song released to the masses”, frontman Ryan Locke explains. “It embodies the fun, playful feel that we were going for when writing and recording the album. ‘Freak’ is about being an outcast and a weirdo, but being completely okay with it. The video accompanying the song is archived footage that our friend Miguel Barbosa of YEAH! Films fame shot during our high school years. Back then we would run a muck of parties that we snuck into because we were too weird to be invited to. Outcasts of the world, don’t be afraid to let your freak flag fly.”

Pre-orders for ‘Colour Blind’ are available online now.

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