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Candian rock band,"Seaway" performing at Tricky Falls, Oct. 6.
Under the perfect weather of an Oct. 6 sky, the proudly Canadian pop-punk band “Seaway,” visited El Paso at the downtown venue “Tricky Falls.”
Sharing their new album “Vacation,” which was released last September, the band surprised the audience with a great performance where guitarist, Patrick Carleton, and main vocalist, Ryan Locke kept up spirits with an energetic and genuine performance.
The crowd was filled with original and new-coming fans. Seaway played their hit “Best Mistake” and presented new music such as “Something Wonderful,” which was well accepted by the listeners.
Seaway’s band members include Ryan Locke as main vocalist, Patrick Carleton and Andrew Eichinger on guitar, Adam Shoji on bass and Ken Taylor who plays drums.
They opened for “Four Year Strong” that night.
Seaway was formed in 2011, the emo-punk band based in Ontario said they were pleased to be with a new crowd that responded to every song interpreted.
In the “Lula On the Beach” song and video, Seaway proves the evolution that has taken place within the band since their past album “Colorblind.”
“Apartment” was one of the songs also awaited by the crowd.
They were happy to hear three extra songs as they danced and jumped to the drums.
Seaway, who has also performed a cover of “Closer“ by the “Chainsmokers,” are a touch of what’s known as “punk goes pop.” They have a very warm welcome on digital outlets.
The band will now move on with their fall tour in Austin and Dallas but they will also later be seen in the United Kingdom and Japan later this year.
Leaving a positive impression in El Paso with a performance that seemed too short for some, a melodic pop-punk taste and simple scenery, the audience seemed in touch with Seaway’s music.
“Something made you stay by tonight and we thank you for that,” Locke said.
He looked stoked along with his band members at the great response of the El Paso crowd and is excited for what is next for the uprising band.