Seaway Sign to Dine Alone for 'Vacation' LP

Get a taste of the album with the new "Apartment" video
Seaway Sign to Dine Alone for 'Vacation' LP
Ontario pop-punk outfit Seaway gave us an unexpected Alanis Morissette cover last summer, but this year they're announcing some brand new material of their own. The band have signed a record deal with Dine Alone and will be delivering a new LP titled Vacation on September 15.
 
It marks the band's follow-up to 2015's Colour Blind and hears them moving their sound forward — but carefully maintaining the "high energy and well-crafted hooks" their fans expect.
 
"Vacation is a step in a new direction for us," frontman Ryan Locke said in a statement. "While still holding onto familiar aspects of the band, we definitely explored new destinations for Seaway. It is the best music we've written thus far; the record we've been working towards for the last four years."
 
The first sampling from the forthcoming record has arrived with lead single "Apartment," and you can check it out by watching the brand new music video below. Just scroll past the Vacation tracklisting and the band's upcoming tour dates, then hit play.
 
Vacation:
 
1. Apartment
2. Neurotic
3. London
4. Lula On The Beach
5. Something Wonderful
6. Curse Me Out
7. Day Player
8. Misery In You
9. Scatter My Ashes
10. Car Seat Magazine
11. 40 Over
12. When I Hang Up
 
Tour dates:
 
08/17 Melbourne - The Prince Bandroom *
08/18 Sydney - The Factory Theatre *
08/19 Brisbane - The Brightside *
08/20 Brisbane - The Foundry *
08/24 Adelaide - Fowler's Live *
08/25 Perth - The Boston *
08/26 Perth - YMCA HQ *
09/6 Portland, ME - Port City Music Hall ^
09/07 Philadelphia, PA - TLA ^
09/08 Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Night Bazar ^
09/09 Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Night Bazar ^
09/10 New Haven, CT - The Ballroom ^
09/12 Pittsburgh, PA - Rex Theater ^
09/13 Cleveland, OH - Agora Theater ^
09/14 Cincinnati, OH - Yacht Club ^
09/15 Chicago, IL - Riot Fest ^
09/16 Detroit, MI - St Andrews Hall ^
09/18 St. Paul, MN - Amsterdam ^
09/20 St, Louis, MO - Fubar ^
09/21 Lawrence, KS - The Bottleneck ^
09/22 Denver, CO - Marquis Theater ^
09/23 Salt Lake City, UT - Kilby Court ^
09/25 Seattle, WA - Neumos ^
09/26 Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theater ^
09/27 Berkley, CA - Cornerstone ^
09/28 Fresno, CA - Strummers ^
09/29 Anaheim, CA - Chain Reaction ^
09/30 Anaheim, CA - Chain Reaction ^
10/01 Los Angeles, CA - Teragram ^
10/02 San Diego, CA - Irenic ^
10/04 Phoenix, AZ - Nile ^
10/06 El Paso, TX - Tricky Falls ^
10/07 Austin, TX - Come And Take It Live ^
10/08 Dallas, TX - RBC ^
10/10 Birmingham, AL - Zydeco ^
10/11 Atlanta, GA - Masquerade ^
10/12 Tampa, FL - Crowbar ^
10/13 Margate, FL - O'Malley's ^
10/14 Orlando, FL - Backbooth ^
10/15 Orlando, FL - Backbooth ^
10/17 Columbia, SC - New Brooklyn Tavern ^
10/18 Greensboro, NC - Blind Tiger ^
10/19 Virginia Beach, VA - Shakas ^
10/20 Baltimore, MD - Soundstage ^
11/01 Kingston, ON - The Mansion ~
11/02 Montreal, QC - La Tulipe ~
11/03 Quebec City, QC - Le Cercle ~
11/04 Ottawa, ON - Brass Monkey ~
11/07 Winnipeg, MB - Park Theatre ~
11/08 Saskatoon, SK - Louis ~
11/09 Edmonton, AB - The Needle ~
11/11 Vancouver, BC - Rickshaw ~
11/23 Hamilton, ON - Club Absinthe ~
11/24 Oshawa, ON - The Music Hall ~
11/25 London, ON - London Music Hall ~
 
* with Confidence
^ with Four Year Strong and Like Pacific
~ with Silverstein