Indie Pop Band Seafret Have Dropped Their New Track ‘Be My Queen’ | Music News


British indie pop duo Seafret have recently released their new track “Be My Queen”. With its driving rhythm, engaging drums, and meaningful lyrics, this song is going to give you the right energy you may need to cope with these strange days.


Seafret are made up of Jack Sedman and Harry Draper. Coming from the Yorkshire city of Bridlington, the duo played live many times last summer, and one of their performances included their support to Lewis Capaldi show at Scarborough Open Air Theater.


After releasing their debut album Tell Me It’s Real in 2016, the duo was back last September with their four-track Monsters EP, which included the lead single “Monsters” among other powerful tracks.


Now, Seafret have dropped their second album Most Of Us Are Strangers, which was created in Glasgow at the Rocket Science Recording Studios with producer Ross Hamilton. About their new album, harry Draper stated: “It came very naturally. It sounds a lot more raw and it really feels like an album. We’re proud we did it this way”.


Most Of Us Are Strangers includes 12 tracks which Seafret are ready to perform live on their upcoming UK tour. In the meantime, they have invited listeners to take a photo with someone who used to be a stranger to them and with who they eventually got close.


Be My Queen” is one of the captivating tracks off their latest album which will definitely grab your attention, with its intense lines “I was wondering have you ever been anything/anything other than you/is that true we’re not gonna be here forever” set to be stuck into your mind since the first time you listen to this song.


Listen to it here:




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