Seaforth — the duo featuring songwriters Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson — is proof that there's strength in numbers.
Years before their hook-heavy music brought them halfway across the world, Jordan and Thompson grew up in the same Sydney suburb. They were childhood friends, crossing paths for the first time at three years old and sharing a number of experiences during the years that followed. Somewhere along the way, they found themselves drawn to similar music, listening to Keith Urban one minute and the Beatles the next.
That Sydney suburb was called Seaforth. It was an inspiring hometown, and gave the boys a place to cut their teeth as artists.
Years later, they travelled to Nashville for a songwriting trip together. There, they decided to officially team up and form a collaborative project that highlighted their genre-jumping songwriting chops, elastic voices, and layered harmonies.
After years of traveling between America and Australia while honing their craft, Seaforth permanently relocated to the U.S. when they signed a worldwide deal with Sony Nashville. The duo fit right into the label's family, quickly growing their own catalog of original songs that mixed melodic punch and organic production with the storytelling elements of classic country.
The duo is actively recording and co-producing their debut project with award-winning producer Dann Huff.