From songwriter to the artist, Seth Swirsky adds a little holiday cheer to his catalog with the release of “Christmas Eve.”
“It always means a lot to me when I can turn a real-life “experience” into a song. I had met a woman named Eve at a Christmas eve party one year. She lived on the other side of the country. But, every year, she flew in for the same Christmas Party. Thus, I only saw Eve on Christmas Eve. I thought that would make for a fun song,” tells Seth.
You can exclusively listen to “Christmas Eve” via Countrypolitan below.
“I first recorded all of the instruments for the song and then I sang the lead vocals, as I usually do on my recordings. The real fun came in though when I sang all the background harmony parts.They just lent themselves to a kind of Beach Boys-type sound. I wasn’t aware I was going to do this, but sometimes you just sing and see what comes out. The engineers in the studio all loved the way it sounded so I stayed up all night stacking vocal harmonies on top of each other like The Beach Boys did in the mid-60s on songs like “Help Me Rhonda”. That was tremendous fun,” tells Seth.
Swirsky continues his pop tracks filled with incredible instrumental throughout his original holiday release. With major “Beach Boys” vibes throughout the song, he creates a song that is truly enjoyable for every listener of every age.
As a songwriter, Seth has had #1 songs for Taylor Dayne, Tina Turner, Celine Dion, and Olivia Newton-John, to name a few.
Aside from the holiday release, Seth shared his 4th solo album, “Songs From The Green Couch,” which features well-brought-together pop songs for everyone to enjoy.
“I released my 4th solo album of 70s-inspired pop songs this past year called “Songs From the Green Couch” (Lolipop Records). We released 3 singles and there are at least 2 more on the way in 2023 with videos. So, while people are still enjoying it, I’m going to keep promoting it! Plus, I’m almost done making the follow-up to my movie “Beatles Stories” which is currently playing on SkyArts television in England and around the world. So, lots of creative stuff on the horizon!” tells Seth.