Mellowtone Records are delighted to announce the debut album from Seafoam Green Topanga Mansion is now available.
Following years of solo tours and honing his craft on both sides of the Atlantic, now Dave O’Grady steps out the shadows to take his rightful place at the centre of the stage, with the soulful psych-folk of Seafoam Green.
After tours of the US and Ireland, Seafoam Green return to Liverpool for The Last Waltz; a celebration marking 40 years since the creation of the legendary album by The Band. This event is now sold out but will be returning on 2nd December 2017.
Now we know what you’re thinking. “Seafoam Green? There not all that acoustic, are they?”
Well you know what? We don’t care! We’ve listened to the album and it’s bloody good!
However, in order to placate those acoustic purists we’ve got a selection of videos for you to calm your nerves. Don’t ever let it be said we’re not kind to you! Enjoy 🙂
Dave O’Grady – Celtic Wanderings
Seafoam Green – Petty Tyrants
Seafoam Green – Royal Call
“The sweetest of melodies alongside the grittiest of guitar riffs” Bido Lito
“On ‘Topanga Mansion’, Ireland-born Dave O’Grady paints landscapes that run the gamut from sorrowful to celebratory” Highway 81 Revisited
“‘Topanga Mansion’ unfurls its classic Americana sound with songs brimful of meandering melodies, delicious harmonies and tasteful brush strokes. This is a band building a house to stand the test of time” Liverpool Etc
“A hidden treasure” High Voltage Magazine
“He has an irresistible tone to his voice that comes across as emotional, haunting, pleading & bitter-sweet” I Review Rock
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