With a fresh release on their shoulders, Canadian outfit Seaway are back on our shores to showcase their new material, alongside upcoming pop punk quintet Woes (7) and Chester-based talent Lizzy Farrall (8).
Singer songwriter Lizzy Farrall  takes the opening slot this evening, with an already busy Bodega falling silent to her powerful vocal range. Having recently signed to Pure Noise Records, Farrall takes control of the stage, intertwining her...
2017 has been an incredible year both for us in Noizze and for music in general. This has made the task of whittling down 10 musical highlights of the year incredibly difficult but here they are. To begin, here are 10 honourable mentions (Yes it was THAT difficult):
Since their formation six years ago, Canada's Seaway have been able to successfully make themselves stand out as a pop punk band in a genre saturated with a heap of artists clamoring for the right to be considered this generations New Found Glory. The bands previous efforts in 2013's Hoser and 2015's Colour Blind were evidence that the quintet at the very least sure know how to write a fun chorus. Third album Vacation tries to expand on this min...
Pop punk band Seaway are doing a phenomenal job of spreading their brand of charming rhythms across the globe with phenomenal success. We caught up with members Ryan Locke & Andrew Eichinger to find out the things you really want to know.
Cait: Hey guys how are you?
Ryan: We’re great thanks, how are you?
C: I’m good! Looking forward to seeing anyone today?
What better way to brush away the gloomy January blues than a night of pop punk goodness at Birmingham's O2 Academy, Headlined by Canadian rockers Seaway. Two years on since their last UK visit supporting punk titans Neck Deep, Seaway return hungry to show off their latest album Colour Blind and armed with three almighty supports, Britain's very own up and coming talents: WSTR, The Gospel Youth and Coast To Coast