Dear Seattle
Dear Seattle
Village Sounds Presents

Dear Seattle

With Special Guests
Narrabeen RSL (North Narrabeen, NSW)
Saturday, 26 February 2022 8:00 pm
31 days away
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Dear Seattle at Narrabeen RSL (North Narrabeen, NSW) on Saturday, 26 February 2022

Following the release of their knockout single 'Way Out' this week, Australian rock favourites Dear Seattle are announcing their Way Out Australian Headline Tour slated for early 2022 today.  

Earlier this year Dear Seattle postponed their celebratory In My Head single tour due to NSW restrictions, and are excited to be announcing the newly-branded Way Out Tour to celebrate more new music. Marking the band's first time playing a headline tour since selling out their 2019 Don't Let Go album run, Dear Seattle will now play an extensive run of shows around the country from January-March with special guests.

Crunchy and memorable, 'Way Out' finds Dear Seattle vocalist Brae Fisher deep-diving into themes like codependency and resentment building in a relationship lacking honest communication and personal space.

"Instead of discussing the way I felt, I had a tendency of bottling things up if I knew it was something that was going to hurt the other person," he shares. "I’d choose to hold onto things I should’ve been letting go, choosing connection when I really need space, and avoiding asking for help when I really needed it. I’ve come a long way since I became aware of these tendencies, but 'Way Out' is how I look at this period in my life in hindsight.”

In the same vein as their June 'In My Head' release, 'Way Out' finds the band heading in a more nuanced and mature musical direction, while still holding true to classic Dear Seattle chant-along choruses, introspective verses and emotionally-charged storytelling.


We acknowledge that the Wadawurrung People of the Kulin Nation are the traditional custodians of the land on which The Barwon Club Hotel operates. We pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging.


All persons attending Narrabeen RSL will be required to provide a legal form of photo identification, QR code sign in, sign in to the club as a temporary member and provide proof of vaccination and/or medical exemption.
Narrabeen RSL Board of Directors has unanimously voted to remain closed to unvaccinated people 18 years of age and over, unless they have medical documentation preventing them from being vaccinated. This will extend the ‘vaccinated only’ restrictions at the club until 31st January, 2022.
Regrettably, the venue understands that some members of our community will be disappointed by this decision, but believe it to be the correct option mindful of all the available information at hand.