Country-pop duo and Australia natives Seaforth have released a stunning ballad, “Breakups.”
The heart-wrenching song details the emotional aftermath of a breakup and the insurmountable pain both parties have to go through.
“I said I wouldn’t call / We said we wouldn’t talk at all / It always ends bad / But I’m lookin’ at my phone / And if you’re not alone / I don’t think I could take that,” the pair’s Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson sing in the chorus, with an palpable ache in their delivery. Both teamed up with Cameron Bedell and hit songwriter Liz Rose to write the pensive track.
“’Breakups’ is the most personal song we’ve put out to date,” the Sony/RCA Nashville duo said in a statement. “It was written from a very real place and was almost like therapy for us both in different ways. We hope everyone can relate to it like we do.”
In conjunction with the release of “Breakups,” Seaforth appeared on The Bobby Bones Show to perform an acoustic rendition of their new tune as well as a cover of Morgan Wallen’s smash hit, “Chasin’ You.”
Prior to this, Seaforth were featured on Mitchell Tenpenny’s single “Anything She Says,” and released the songs “Close Enough,” “Talk About” and “Everything She Says” last year. In 2019, the duo shared their debut EP, which included the feel-good “Love That,” “Talk To Me” and more.
Listen to Seaforth’s soon-to-be hit song “Breakups” now.