Greg Jackson - Electric Guitar, Bass, Mandolin
Joseph Landau - Vocals
Amanda Briski, Brian Bizz, Brendan Black, Jessie Chang, Mary Anne Dunn, Tali Farine, Ayumi Fujiwara, Elliot Fraizinger, Laetitia Gentil, Marc Gold, Andrew Grilo, Sam Hanig, Adam Harding, Chris Hatcher, Jordan Hopper, William Hunter, Emily Iseman, Daniel Kaplan, Michael Keshen, Chris Kim, Justin Kinnear, Eva Kukar, Allison Landau, Joseph Landau, Elie Landesberg, Vanessa Herman – Landau, Liz Lemon, Marc Marc Marc, Sean Marks, Lisa McGoey, Sean McKee, Sarah Morrison, Joshua Mover, Rosa Mowbray, Vanessa Michiels, Jeremy Murphy, Meghan O'Neill, Marko Orlic, Greg O’Toole, Euncho Park, Devan Patel, Nicole Rajesky, Jon Riera, Zack Shefman, Lorne Tobin, Tammy Tobin, Annie Wong, Mitchel Wong, All This Talk, Burn Planetarium, Gold Soundz, Formalists, Human Bodies, LUM, The Elwins, The Neighbourhood Watch, The Old Ambition and The Spirit Oak.
We’d like to thank all of our families and friends for all their love and support. We couldn’t have made this record (or even been a band) with out them.
And a special thank you to the city of Toronto. Thank you for bringing us together and inspiring us.
Half Korean socialite, half pasty local grad student, Seoul began as a bedroom project in the fall of 2010. Together,
Braving their 20-something existence, Ben and Yuna wrote sad folk songs about house parties, growing up, and eating ice cream in the winter. Eventually they decided to expand, collecting banjo-styling, golden-voice songbird Sam, and sunshiny smiley key-artiste Eytan. Seoul was born...more