Seaforth leaves Sony, goes independent
Tuesday, May 30, 2023
– Australian country pop duo Seaforth announced that they have split with Sony Music Nashville.
"As of today, we have amicably parted ways with Sony Nashville and are officially a full independent artist," the Instagram post said. "Sony was great to us, supported us when times were tough, and we owe a lot to them for what we have achieved thus far."
"Over time, it honestly just became a very emotional challenge for us to persevere through certain things behind the scenes," Seaforth writes. "Although it ultimately took us a while to get here, anyone who knows us said that this is the best decision for all parties involved, Sony included."
Seaforth's Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson were childhood friends growing up in Australia. Seaforth was the town they were from. The duo moved to Nashville in 2017 and signed with Sony Music Nashville in 2018.
Seaforth attracted some airplay with "Breakups," "Good Beer" with Jordan Davis and "Anything She Says" with Mitchell Tenpenny.
Seaforth now will go the independent route. Their first release with be "Get The Girl," on June 16. The intent is to release a new song every six weeks.
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