New releases: Seafret and Rhodes

Seafret – See, I’m Sorry

Indie pop outfit Seafret kick off the new year with their soaring new pop track ‘See, I’m Sorry’. Their brand new single is more than the sweet indie pop we have known the duo to release, ‘See, I’m Sorry’ is a colourful and titanic pop track with a soundscape that has more layers than meets the eye… Or ear. The track is euphoric, sounding triumphant and is accompanied by a beautiful video, in which fans are asked to say what they were sorry for.

About their new release, Seafret say: “We’ve absolutely loved making this track. We’ve all got something to apologise for or some small regrets and that’s what inspired us to write this song.” Following the song is an extensive UK and Irish headline tour in April this year, tickets are available here, listen to ‘See, I’m Sorry’ below.

Rhodes – Good To You

London-based artist Rhodes just released ‘Good To You’, the song being a warm, catchy and inspiring anthem for those of us wanting to change for someone we care about. There was a period in time during which we didn’t know of Rhodes, but with ‘Good To You’ he left an impression hard to erase. The single is a harmonious and grandiose release made of chapters enhanced by church-like harmonies, and chapters in which Rhodes’ magnificent vocals shine brightly against a subtle soundscape.

‘Good To You’ encapsulates a kind of admission of guilt in a period of time during which Rhodes was the problem and knew he needed to change. He co-wrote this song with his partner who was the person he feared losing, and their good friend Steven Weston. The honesty with which the story of this song was written makes ‘Good To You’ such a powerful piece of art that evolves into something bigger and better from the beginning until the very end.

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