Check Out Seaforth’s Country Pop-Infused Debut EP

Country duo Seaforth dropped their debut EP Love That, which combines backwoods twang with modern pop influences.

Written by Drew Pearce
Check Out Seaforth’s Country Pop-Infused Debut EP
Seaforth; Photo credit: Matthew Berinato

Rising country duo Seaforth gave fans a taste of what’s to come when they dropped their debut EP Love That on April 12 with a radio single due soon as well.

The pop-influenced release featured the catchy country jams “Love That” and “Talk To Me.” Brand new songs “Good And Gone,” a passionate, emotionally charge breakup song, and “Taken Your Picture” a slow burning ballad, also appear on the duo’s debut release.

Each track on the EP was co-written by members Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson, and they co-produced the project with Dann Huff, who has previously worked with the likes of Keith Urban and Thomas Rhett.

Seaforth’s first radio single is not set to drop until later in the spring, but in the meantime, the talented duo will take the country music scene by storm with an impressive slate of live performances and festival appearances.

Jordan and Thompson will perform at a few high-profile festivals like the Key West Songwriters Festival and LakeShake later this summer.