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 latest 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name that some people in power give themselves, and the duo’s message is a sonically beautiful rejection of this outdated term, as well as a response the the world around them in 2018.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 is available now on CD, LP and digitally.
Big Dogs featured on Come Here Floyd
Starting from a more indie-folk-grassroots kind of basis for their act, they’ve progressed with each step to meld together even more of their real life experiences into their songs. The tool belt for telling their stories, through their music has lengthened and widened, for the benefit of us, the listeners.
It's Not Easy Being Green in Seasaw's "God(zilla)" Video
"In the clip, Meg Golz and Eve Wilczewski play an athletic trainer and a Godzilla-esque lizard monster, respectively, stomping their way through Madison. And though the destruction is mostly cardboard, it’s still just metaphorical."
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