Label: Run For Cover Seahaven bring together hardcore elements and mix them with a post-punk aesthetic likened to bands such as Crime in Stereo and 'Daisy'-era Brand New. 2010’s acclaimed 'Ghost' felt like a premature sign of things to come and Seahaven really beefed up everything with 'Winter Forever'. First premiered in demo form on the Acoustic EP, 'Goodnight' provides a perfect introduction of Seahaven, showcasing heavy guitar riffs alongside Kyle Soto's insightful lyrics. The band's constant versatility in dynamics is shown in key track 'It's Over' which provides shaky verses alongside a huge chorus. The surprising, lo-fi 'Honey Bee' displays a calmer, much more hushed side to Seahaven altogether, Soto's amazing voice tells an apologetic guilt driven story of unrequited love. Thematically, Soto's lyrics vary, going from alienation in religion up to the bass driven 'End of the World' which mostly speaks for itself. 'Winter Forever'’s combination of a muddy grungy sound alongside a pop aesthetic only proves to push the genre a bit more.