• ABOUT SEASAW

    Meg Golz and Eve Wilczewski started as co-workers, slowly courted each other into best friendship, and then magically into music-making conspirators - all along, guiding the ship that is their indie-pop duo Seasaw. Without every piece of this musical history together, it would have been impossible for them to create their upcoming release, Big Dogs.

     

    Harnessing their team dynamic, the creation of this album demanded Seasaw be brutally honest and experimental with each other. This process allowed them to create Big Dogs, a wildly imaginative departure from their previous work that features lush soundscapes and powerful lyrical choices.

     

    The album’s title Big Dogs is taken from the ridiculous and self-assigned name that some people in power give themselves, and the duo’s message is a sonically beautiful rejection of this outdated term, as well as a response the the world around them in 2018.


    Seasaw has performed alongside Lucius, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down, Har Mar Superstar, Shakey Graves and many others. Big Dogs will be available on CD, LP and digitally on September 7th, 2018.

    FEATURED PRESS

    "Big Dogs" Music Video via The Grey Estates

    "The album's title track may start with the sound of seemingly enraged guitar, but the pair incorporate a lightness into their noise, with tender, curious vocals that serve as a voice of reason in a world overwrought with misogyny."

    Seasaw is one of Tone Madison's musical wishes for 2018.

    "In all, Too Much Of A Good Thing was a solid record, and should provide an important foundation for Seasaw's in-the-works new album."

    Seasaw's cover of Weezer's "Say It Ain't So" featured in Alternative Press

    "They injected new life in Weezer’s classic track from The Blue Album with this cover."

    Live at Paste Magazine Studios in NYC

    Watch Seasaw perform at the Paste Studio in New York!

    Daytrotter Session - March 2017

    Our newest Paste Music & Daytrotter session is live. Recorded in March 2017 at the start of our East Coast Tour in Daytotter's original Futureappletree studios.

    Album Premiere on Impose Magazine

    'Too Much of a Good Thing' premiere and review thanks to Impose Magazine.

    BANDCAMPING: The Best Underground Albums of July

    As featured in Nerdist as one of the "Top 5 Underground Albums of July"

    PHOTOS

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