Last Summer, I had the pleasure of catching Seabird live at Vertical Fest in Shippensburg, PA. I was impressed by the raw passion and the talent this foursome displayed. This one live performance awakened an appreciation in me for this young and promising act. Currently on tour with Jars Of Clay, Seabird recently headlined JFH’s second GMA showcase, at 12th & Porter in Nashville, TN (video and review) and left a lasting impression once again. I’ve since been stuck on this record and can’t get enough of it. Fans of Cold Play will probably dig these guys most (although I am not a fan of CP and I do enjoy this record), but anyone looking for a good piano rock record with beautiful piano pieces and intriguing lyrics will most likely find a lot to like about ‘Til We See The Shore. – John DiBiase
Til We See The Shore (2008)
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Our synopsis: “A solid piano rock record that may get lost in a game of mainstream sound-a-likes, but is well worth discovering and experiencing live.” (Recommended by JFH’s John DiBiase)
Perfect For: Pensive moments, chilling out or singing along
Song Highlights: “Rescue,” “Apparitions,” “‘Til We See The Shore,” “Not Alone”
So, what are your thoughts on and experiences with the album Til We See The Shore? Do you recommend it? If so, why?