IRISH Americana folk rock group Seafoam Green play Birkenhead’s Future Yard on Thursday, December 2 in support of their acclaimed new album Martin’s Green.

The band, featuring songwriting duo Dave O’Grady and Muireann McDermott Long, specialise in what we have come to know as Americana. If you want earthy, rootsy, blues, gospel, country, folk... the band have it. Amalgamated, this is the sound of a glorious rock ‘n’ soul revival.

Martin’s Garden is Seafoam Green’s second studio record. Their debut was a collaboration with Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes. Once again, Seafoam Green are collaborating with the artists residing in their own record collections – inspirations steeped in the culture of the Southern States.

Tyler Greenwell – founding member of Grammy Award winning Tedeschi Trucks Band – got wind of Seafoam Green preparing to make their next record and made it known that he wanted to be involved. It wasn’t long before Seafoam Green were out recording in Atlanta, USA.

“We are an old school ‘road band’, we love to travel and spread our music,” said Dave. “Plus it’s the only way we make a living... ‘I’ve seen the sun set twice today’ is how it can feel when you’re on a 1,000-mile drive between shows but you’ve gotta make it!.”

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