PLAYS TO SOLD-OUT CROWDS IN NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY ON ABOUT TIME TOUR
PACKED SUMMER INCLUDES APPEARANCES AT STAGECOACH, GULF COAST JAM, CMA FEST, CAROLINA COUNTRY MUSIC FEST, BOOTS AND HEARTS, AND MORE SUMMER FESTIVALS
“This song is essentially about being so into someone that you can’t help but get distracted by how good they look and end up canceling plans just to be with them,” said the duo’s Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson. “Musically and lyrically, it’s a bit different for us, and it feels like a progression. We remember diving in pretty deep on the lyrics and taking our time getting the phrasing and internal rhymes right the day we wrote it. We loved it after we wrote it, but it was one that crept up on us over time. We’re excited for people to hear this one and hopefully relate it to their own lives in some way.”
Featuring the pair’s signature harmonies and progressive production, “I Can’t Take You Anywhere” was written by Jordan and Thompson with Zack Dyer and Paul Overstreet. Seaforth has been playing the song to rabid crowds across the country on their headlining ABOUT TIME TOUR, which expanded to the U.S. following a standout run in their native Australia.
“We have started playing it on our current tour, and it’s been a blast. It’s always exciting to play something new, and fans haven’t booed us off stage yet, so that’s a good sign,” joked Jordan and Thompson.
With recent sellouts in New York City and Asbury Park, N.J., the ABOUT TIME TOUR continues next week in Ohio and Michigan before Seaforth hit a stacked summer schedule that includes Stagecoach, Gulf Coast Jam, CMA Fest, and more.
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