Watch our interview with Brae Fisher of Dear Seattle!
Hot off the release of their new single Way Out, we caught up with Dear Seattle frontman Brae Fisher to chat about their roaring new track, their upcoming tour, what they have in store for 2022 and so much more!
The introspective and personal release arrives years after its initial conception, with Fisher sharing that the track has evolved to a conceptual exploration of codependency and resentment within a relationship and how ones own mental health can influence those around them. Roaring guitars are juxtaposed by softer work, with driving percussion propelling the track as Fisher's commanding vocals play out above. The song continues the bands latest development of sound, leaning into more a more considered and mature sonic exploration.
Kicking off in Canberra on January 14, the bands extensive run of shows will continue on to Ulladulla, Wollongong, Newcastle, Narrabeen, Sydney, Maroochydore, Brisbane, the gold Coast, Byron Bay, Geelong, Ballarat, Melbourne and Belgrave, before wrapping up in Adelaide on March 17. With support sets from CLEWS, Concrete Surfers and Kitschen Boy, tickets are on sale now!
Having formed in 2013, Dear Seattle have carved their own path within the Australian music industry, releasing their debut EP Words Are Often Useless months after their formation. Since then, the band have dropped their self-titled sophomore EP and much loved debut album, 2019's Don't Let Go. Fisher revealed to MILKY the band are set to unveil their hotly anticipated sophomore record this year, with Way Out serving as a teaser for a year of new music and live shows.
Watch our interview with Brae Fisher of Dear Seattle above!
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Featured Song: Way Out courtesy of Unified Music Group.