Seaway’s new music video is a vibe – a ‘Big Vibe,’ to be exact. The rockers just released their new album, and they tell HL EXCLUSIVELY how a ‘happy accident’ led to the creation of this ‘Bowie’-inspired video, ‘Mrs. David’
If there’s one song that might be a theme of 2020, it’s “Under Pressure,” the iconic collab between David Bowie and Queen. A close second might be “Mrs. David,” the new song and video from Seaway. Released on Oct. 16, the same day the Toronto rockers – Ryan Locke, Andrew Eichinger, Adam Shoji, and Ken Taylor — have released their Big Vibe album, “Mrs. David” is part 80s love letter (the Magnum, P.I./Tom Selleck mustache game is on point), and one part spiritual successor to Simon & Garfunkel’s “Mrs. Robinson” (with a dash of Fountains of Wayne’s “Stacey’s Mom.”) It’s a perfect capsule of Seaway’s energetic and infectious brand of rock, and it nearly didn’t make it onto the group’s new album.
” ’Mrs. David’ is a special song for us because it was written after the record [Big Vibe] was finished,” Seaway’s Ryan Locke shares with HollywoodLife. “The lockdown pushed our original release date back, so we were able to go back into the studio to add the song to the record. In my opinion, the album isn’t complete without this song, so it was a happy accident that the release was pushed, and we were able to add this song.” A silver lining, if there ever was one.