Sophomore LP Too Much Of A Good Thing Out Now
Headlining Tour Continues
3/10: Pittsburgh, PA @ Cattivo
3/11: Cincinnati, OH @ Northside Tavern
3/12: Louisville, KY @ Kaiju
3/14: Yorkville, IL @ The Law Office Pub & Music Hall
3/15: Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
photo credit: Scotify
“delightfully quirky, sweet and endearing” – LADYGUNN
“…going to be your go-to album of the summer…” – Impose Magazine
“Top 5 Underground Album of July” – Nerdist
“…indie folk band with HAIM-like cool…” – Hear Nebraska
“rife with satisfying syncopation and bold instruments.” – Isthmus
Madison, WI duo Seasaw released their charismatic and vulnerable sophomore LP, Too Much Of A Good Thing, in July of 2016. The eleven songs combine commanding instrumentation, intricate harmonies, and refreshing wit. Following the release of the choreographed video for “Into The White”, today they share a 3D video for the single “Light”. The video was interpreted and animated by Chad Smith, a Madison, WI-based 3-D modeling and digital animation artist. Created to be viewable in traditional video format and 3D Google Cardboard Virtual Reality, Smith uses representational, figurative elements, with non-representational, abstracted objects to develop on-screen visual relationships between the two. “Light” was revealed by COLLiDE today, we encourage you to post & share!
Watch “Light” Video
Watch “Light” 3D Google Cardboard Virtual Reality
Seasaw has shared stages with Lucius, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down, SOAK, Lissie and many others.The duo is currently out on the road for a nationwide headlining tour. Full list of dates above or click HERE.
Seasaw is Eve Wilczewski and Meg Golz, who are the sea and saw respectively. Fate and a small-town restaurant in Freeport, IL brought them together for the first time in 2010. Seasaw collaborated through four years of long-distance until the summer of 2015, when Eve joined Meg in their current residence of Madison, WI. Too Much Of A Good Thing, follows their 2014 debut, The Look In Your Eyes Tells Me This is a Bad Idea. Using the metaphor of a sunburn, their latest work is an exploration of metamorphosis. Listeners experience the peaks and valleys of human interaction—the elation (suntan), the pain (sunburn), and finally, an acceptance (new skin).