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Seafret Live Review **

I was very kindly invited to watch one of Seafret's last UK performances on their Monsters tour. In October, they'll be touring around Europe and I suggest you don't miss them!

Seafret are made up of Jack and Harry and are from East Yorkshire. The band formed in 2015 and have just finished up their UK leg of their tour. The band released their latest EP, Monsters earlier this year following their debut album, Tell Me It's Real in 2016.

The duo were at the 110 Above festival earlier this year and I was disappointed when I didn't get the see them live. So I thought I'd head down to their show at The Cookie last Friday night.

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Supported by Rosborough, an Irish man who has an incredible voice - Seafret's came on stage at 9pm to a very very warm welcome. The sold out show attracted so many people and I did notice a few people getting turned away on the door because they didn't pre-book their tickets. They really did lose out because it was a brilliant show.

They opened the show with Atlantis which seemed to get the crowed going very nicely (I wouldn't know much, I was getting in people's way trying to get a decent shot, aha!). As I retreated to the back, to avoid irritating the dedicated fans, I actually started listening to Seafret.

It was obvious, when I could actually see (because I'm short and ended up wearing 5 inch heels to the gig), that both Jack and Harry were loving life performing together and were genuinely enjoying themselves, interacting with each other.

When they started playing their hit song, Wildfire, the crowd went crazy. This was definitely the turning point for the whole show. From that point onwards, the crowd were solid backing vocals! I did even sing a little bit myself which is a rare sight for me at gigs (I have the worst singing voice known to man).

Jack's voice is so incredibly soulful. He has a gorgeous tone and gravelly voice that really compliments the acoustic music they create. I've been listening to Seafret on Spotify and a few of their acoustic sessions whilst writing this post and none of them can live up to how Jack's voice sounds live.

This is by far, one of the best live shows I have seen for a while. The music was great, the crowd were thrilled and really got into the music and you could tell that Jack and Harry were having a great time too.

I highly recommend seeing Seafret live, you're missing out big time!

You can listen to Seafret on Spotify.

Until next time...





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