Grab a Snag with Dear Seattle
Dear Seattle's upcoming album Someday is set to be released on Friday 2nd September, and to celebrate, the Band will be firing up the barbies for fans in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane for the weekend of the album's release. The Band will host FREE BBQ events on Friday 2nd September at Corner Hotel Carpark Melbourne, Saturday 3rd September at Crowbar Sydney and Sunday 4th September at The Brightside Brisbane.
The Band will also have their merch range available for sale HERE and treat fans to a unique acoustic performance of tracks from the new album.
Friday 2nd September - Corner Hotel Carpark Melbourne from 5:00pm - 7:00pm (AEST) Saturday 3rd September - Crowbar Sydney from 5:00pm - 7:00pm (AEST) Sunday 4th September - The Brightside Brisbane from 2:00pm - 4:00pm (AEST)
With more exciting news, Dear Seattle dropped fan favourite track “Paranoid Letter” today, which was frequently played on their 14-date East Coast tour earlier this year, which saw the band return to the live circuit, packing out rooms in regional towns and cities alike.
When talking about the inspiration for the track, Brae Fisher, Dear Seattle, expressed “Written on a trip away back in 2020, Paranoid Letter is one of my favourites from the record as it feels deeply personal. The instrumentation is unlike anything DS has tried in the past, and the lyrics bounce around from first and second person in an almost disorienting fashion to try and give some insight into the headspace I was occupying at the time.
Deep in a haze of imposter syndrome and creative blockages, I found myself becoming increasingly paranoid that everything I had worked for would soon be pulled out from under me. Like people would suddenly decide my creative efforts weren’t relevant anymore. I had never applied so much negative pressure to myself before, and I was honestly just trying to find a way through it when the premise of this song came about.
It’s a letter I wrote to myself to help make sense of why I felt like it was all going to fall apart.“