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Single Review: Seaforth ft. Sean Kingston - "Queen of Daytona Beach"




                                                                      FT. SEAN KINGSTON

                                                                "Queen of Daytona Beach'" 

                                                                Arista Nashville




Australian country music duo Seaforth is back with a brand-new single, offering a collaboration with established hit maker Sean Kingston.

“Queen Of Daytona Beach,” available everywhere now via Arista Nashville / Sony Music Nashville, is a song that was written during the Pandemic about a place they would much rather be – the beach.  Along with Rocky Block, the duo of Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson drew inspiration from Kingston’s hit, “Beautiful Girls”.  One thing led to another, and Sean joined the duo on the recorded version of the track.

The tune is an ode to Florida and the fun times they have had there over the years.  The catchy hooks and harmonious melodies along with its nostalgic origin and modern influences make this song a sure to be summer favorite.

Bad, lookin’ like an ad in a magazine

Lips sippin’ on a drink that she got for free

Yeah, the world it turns but it just stopped for me and that girl

The queen of Daytona Beach

Seaforth has made a name for themselves in the country music world in just a few short years.  With songs like “Breakups”, “Close Enough”, and “Talk About”, they have established themselves as ones to watch in the genre.

Growing up in the Sydney, Australia suburb of Seaforth, Jordan and Thompson moved to the United States full time in 2017, honing their craft in both songwriting and performing.  They inked a deal with Sony Nashville, released their debut EP in 2019, and the rest is history.

(Review Written By: Chad Carlson)

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