Sealth is proud to announce our sponsorship of the Rat City Rollergirls. We are thrilled about this connection and hope that it continues on to be a long productive friendship. We also threw them a kick off party and would like to thank them for coming to see us play! We had a blast and we sincerely hope they did too! Good luck on your upcoming season girls! We’ll be at your first bout on Jan 31st at the Key Arena to cheer you on!



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Title: South Center Mall Hot Topic
Location: Southcenter Mall, Tukwila, WA
Description: Sealth returns once more to the Hot Topic that started it all for yet another acoustic set of proportions so epic, Michal Bay would be impressed.
Start Time: 18:00
Date: 2009-12-03

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I went to this one diner the other day, I don’t remember the exact coordinates but I do remember taking a left at m31.. Somewhere in the corner there was this group of people, I thought they were pirates at first but upon closer inspection I found they just had sticks for arms. They weren’t like us.

They couldn’t really keep conversation. They liked to hit stuff and were loud. The planet was always speeding up and slowing down.

Don’t make me go back to that planet :/


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Hello. My name is Jerrud Glaze, and I am the new bass player of
Sealth! I’m really excited to be a part of such a fun, exciting band,
and I’d like to take some time to introduce my self, and maybe help you
get to know me a little bit

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As some of you may know Sealth has been very busy this summer. Starting June 2009 Sealth kicked off our very own western Washington Hot Topic tour. In fact, we are on our way to the Everett Mall Hot Topic as we speak to play from 7-8pm.

At some of the Hot Topics we have played to lots of people, others we have played to the store employees. It has been quite an adventure and as a result we have met a ton of new people and have learned to do a really bad ass acoustic version of Ace of Spades by Motorhead.

This Hot Topic tour has probably been one of the best things to happen to us this summer. Hopefully you can make it out to some of our Hot Topic shows this summer. Our tour continues through August and who knows maybe Hot Topic will let us go on a Fall tour.

Hope to see you all soon :)
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The chorus to “Clumsy” by Fergie was running through my head when I wrote the bridge section to “Nothing In Our Way”.

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In the 60s, The Beatles laid a blueprint that bands are still following today: Get in a band with your buddies, get in a van and tour around sleeping on strangers’ floors, wake up to them cooking bacon naked, bribe DJs to play your song on the air, find out your uncle knows someone at a record company, get signed, bribe more DJs, have your manager buy a few thousand copies of your album, tour the world, get rich, get famous, argue, break up, have a “Behind the Music” made about you.

It sounds like fun (well, some of it does). The only problem is that there are five million other bands trying to do it too. They’re all following the same blueprint. If you’re a band, how do you set yourself apart?

The Beatles did all that –okay, maybe not all that, I admit to and stand by a bit of artistic hyperbole- not because it was the way everyone else did it, but because they felt it was the best way to get their music out. I suspect that virtually all bands after them have done it because it is what other bands before them have done. “It worked for other bands, why not us?” It’s all they know and thinking of new stuff is hard.

There are some bands that will make the above process work, but I’m sure that there is a band out there somewhere with enough ingenuity and creative autonomy to make music a lucrative career choice by following their own path. That band will be the type of band that thinks so clearly “outside-of-the-box” that their music will most likely follow suit. That music made by that band will be new and interesting and sweep the world in a way that no one has before. Not even the Beatles. They won’t necessarily be bigger than the Beatles; they will just be different enough that they won’t draw the comparisons. You might not even know it when it happens.

Sounds like a load of crap, huh? Well, I’m tired of listening to the radio and listening to the same bands over and over. They go by different names, but they’re all the same. The only difference between a Nickelback song and a Britney Spears song is the marketing. I don’t know anyone at a record label and I think most radio DJs are chode monkeys. The only way my band will make is if we use our ingenuity and creative autonomy to find a new way to get there.

And I’ll cook my own damn bacon too.

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The party we had here last time was legendary. The party we’ll have this time will be epic. Come down to this one if you like fun and debauchery.

Show starts: 3/13 9:00 PM

4439 35th Ave SW
Seattle, WA. 98126

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