Seafret release “Heartless” from their recent session at Mahogany.

by Christopher Smith

Jack Sedman and Harry Draper are the highly acclaimed and hugely successful duo Seafret, and they have released their latest track “Heartless” from their recent sessions at Mahogany. It follows the song “Give Me Something” they recorded at Mahogany in 2014.

For anyone not aware of Mahogany, they are a globally renowned music brand, famed for music curation and high quality content, with over 100 million organic video streams with over 150 million minutes of content consumed every year. Their creative division works with clients of all sizes, delivering compelling and consistent brand stories through bespoke music-based campaigns.

Mahogany’s mission is to build strong emotional connections throughout every element of our work in order to allow businesses to engage with their audience in an authentic and unique way. They started The Mahogany Sessions in July 2010 for the pure love of music. There was no other motive at the time, and that blind passion for music is key to the channels success. Over the past six years, Mahogany have filmed over 500 uniquely intimate single-camera acoustic sessions with exclusive performances from multi-platinum selling artists down to completed unknown unsigned stars. Their sessions are now available to watch on YouTube, Vessel, Fullscreen, Qatar Airways and Alaska Airlines.

These two tracks follow their recent EP “Monsters” that we featured earlier this year and represent Seafret’s first new material since their debut album “Tell Me It’s Real” in 2016. The boys are currently putting the finished touches to its follow up expected sometime in 2019 and have already announced tour dates for next year starting in France in February and taking in Germany, Austria, The Netherlands and finishing nack home in The UK in March. For tickets click here.

Keep in touch with Seafret through their WEBSITE and their FACEBOOK page

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