Canadian pop-punk rock band Seaway just premiered a new video for their song “Stubborn Love” on the Pure Noise Tour website. The song is off of their sophomore album Colour Blind, out now through Pure Noise Records, and is meant to help promote the upcoming Pure Noise Records Tour. The band is expected to do a run with the tour, alongside other acts like Hit The Lights, Boston Manor, Can’t Swim, and Casey Bolles. That tour will kick off later this month in Columbus, Ohio.
The music video for “Stubborn Love” features the band performing in a room, along with snapshots people falling in love and going on a series of dates. The glimpses at this budding romance fit in with the lyrics of the song, talking about a new love between two equally stubborn people gone wrong. The cinematography of it gives you a glimpse at what Seaway might – with emphasis on the word “might” – be like live.
To get the full experience of Seaway live, fans will just have to check out the Pure Noise Records Tour. Dates can be found below. Fans can purchase Colour Blind through Pure Noise Records and on iTunes. The music video for “Stubborn Love” can be viewed at PureNoiseTour.com or right below this sentence.