Seafair release The Querencia, share video for "Inferno"

Cleveland-based sextet Seafair have released their long awaited album The Querencia today after having their release party at the Grog Shop this past Saturday night. Ranging from being classically trained to having punk rock roots within the ranks, Seafair have been turning heads in their hometown since their inception in late 2012. Releasing two EPs in 2013-Photographs and Paintings-Seafair were voted “Best Band” by Clevelanders in Cleveland Scene Magazines annual “Best of” for 2015.
Seafair description of their sound: “From the heavy hitting of drummer Ryan Kelly to the acrobatic guitar and bass lines of Michael Flaherty and Joshua Riehl, the band builds a soundscape that is completely their own. But it is this, with the combination of the trio of women at the band’s epicenter that make this ensemble more than your typical indie-rock band. Andrea Belding Elson and Tara Hanish blend precise and poignant violin and cello voices amidst the band’s sound, while the presence and strength of frontwoman Chayla Hope makes the experience of seeing Seafair live one that will not soon be forgotten”.
Having toured extensively last year, Seafair recorded The Querencia in Denver, Colorado at ?Black in Bluhm Studio with ?producer Chris Fogal.
The Querencia is available for download at iTunes and their Bandcamp site: At that site and their band’s actual website (, a limited amount of the albums pressed by Gotta Groove Records in Cleveland, Ohio will be available in colored vinyl in the colors of green or white.
Seafair is also streaming the album on Soundcloud:
Here’s Seafair’s video for the one of the songs off The Querencia, “Inferno”: