Seafret Release Highly-anticipated New Album 'Wonderland'

With their recent singles “See, I’m Sorry”, "Remind Me to Forget You" and the album title track which swept up key Spotify playlists across Asia like New Music Fridays and Pop Rising playlists in the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia, as well as airplay support across 8 notable radio stations in Indonesia, indie-pop duo Seafret have now unveiled their highly-anticipated third studio album, ‘Wonderland’ alongside the new track “Made Of Love”.

Marking their first full-length release since their 2020 sophomore LP ‘Most Of Us Are Strangers’, their newest collection looks to build upon the revived acclaim the pair received throughout last year. With their 2015 breakthrough effort “Atlantis” earning a surprise viral run on TikTok, earning the duo their first UK Official Charts Top 40 single and 13 million Spotify monthly listeners in the process, this new release finds them in their most high-profile guise to date as they deliver one of their more euphoric and captivating releases so far.

Speaking about the new album, Seafret share: "We are so excited to share our brand new album ‘Wonderland’ with you all. These songs are super special to us as they remind us of the challenges we’ve faced and the strength we had to continue when things got tough. There are songs of heart-ache and longing but also songs of happiness and positive reflection."
"We truly hope you enjoy this record in the same way that we feel very proud to have made it."

Showcased by the captivating new track “Made Of Love”, their latest gem illustrates the warm and heartfelt nature the pair have poured into their latest full-length. With its rich and passionate aesthetic, grounded by a wonderfully progressive piano-led production, they are seeing out this phase in their catalogue with a truly memorable entry in their repertoire to date.

'Wonderland', the astonishing album from acclaimed duo Seafret, is the culmination of two years of graft by band members and longtime friends Jack Sedman and Harry Draper. The record is a sublime body of work that guides the listener through the band’s story, from heartbreak and loss to the joys of love and new life.

Snapped up by a major label and moving to London in the early stages of their career, Seafret have since found their feet on their own terms. Yet it’s evident from Draper’s assured, lush production on 'Wonderland' that they didn’t squander that time working with some of the UK’s most renowned producers, from Cam Blackwood (Florence and the Machine, George Ezra, London Grammar) to Steve Robson (Miley Cyrus, One Direction, Take That).
Written while both Draper and Sedman were starting families with their partners, the forthcoming album 'Wonderland' demonstrates their remarkable talent for songs that delve into the full spectrum of human emotion.

Steadily building their fanbase in Asia, Indonesia #1 and Malaysia #4 are now Seafret's Top 10 streaming markets worldwide, with the Philippines following closely at #12.

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