Following the release of their gorgeous single Can't Look Away, North Yorkshire duo Seafret have just unveiled the official music video for their stunning new single Monsters.

The music video was directed by Stuart Alexander and it is a dark and unhinged video that perfectly matches the mood of the song. I can't get enough of those emotional vocals and infectious melody. Watch the music video below!

Speaking about the video director Stuart explains;
I knew I wanted to make something a lot more unhinged than their previous videos. Minutes into the first meeting, the band and I started kicking around the idea of dance being the focus.

So much contemporary dance is left to the viewer's imagination and for people like myself who aren't versed in it, it can be really off-putting and hard to follow. I wanted to create a very tangible threat, giving Taylor something interesting to battle against as the song progressed. Chrissie (Ardill - Choreographer) came up with a truly unique routine which Taylor (Han - Dancer) learned by memory in the 18 minutes I was away getting them coffee. Gifted is an understatement.
Speaking about the new single Seafret say;
We're very excited to announce the release of our latest track 'Monsters'. We've had this song in the bag for a little while now and after playing it live have been itching to release it. We have gone slightly darker in production in comparison to the music we've previously released as we felt it best complimented the track. The songs we've selected for our forthcoming EP were chosen to show our followers the different types of music we're working on while creating our second album. Excited to hear what people think of this one.
Monsters is taken from the EP of the same title, which will be released on September 7th and was produced and co-written with Ross Hamilton at Rocket Science Recording Studios, Glasgow.

Discussing the EP, they say:
In contrast to our debut album that was recorded in London, we've recorded all the new music up in Scotland. By once again removing ourselves from our comfort zone we feel it's had a great effect on the music and kept it exciting for us. We'll always only put out music that feels honest to us but by changing our surroundings we feel it's made us produce music that sounds fresh and new.

The band recently announced a run of live dates taking in the UK, Austria, Holland, Poland, Czech Republic and Russia. More live info here.

Live dates:
24 August - The View from The Shard (w/ Amber Run), The Shard, London UK
25 August - The Brave Festival, Amsterdam, Holland

20 September - Phase One at Jacaranda Records, Liverpool
21 September - Hebden Bridge Trades Club, Hebden Bridge, UK
22 September - Hemelvaart Bier Café, Ayton, UK
27 September - Omeara, London, UK
28 September - The Cookie, Leicester, UK
29 September - The Arts Centre Festival, Pocklington, UK

12 October -Tama, Poznan, Poland
13 October - Proxima, Warsaw, Poland
14 October - Kwadrat, Krakow, Poland
16 October - Storm, Prague, Czech Republic
17 October - MMC, Bratislava, Czech Republic
18 October - Fleda, Brno, Czech Republic

1 November - Atlas, Kiev, Russia
2 November - Brugge, Minsk, Russia
3 November - The Place, St Petersburg, Russia
4 November - Aglomerat, Moscow, Russia
5 November - Ben Hall, Yekaterinburg, Russia