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04 JUNE 2021 (TORONTO, ON) – Today, the multi-platinum selling duo Surfaces release their brand-new single “So Far Away”, via 10K Projects - listen HERE. “So Far Away,” written and produced by Forrest Frank and Colin Padalecki, is an infectious anthem arriving just in time for summer. The release is accompanied by its dreamy music video, which follows a group of friends from the beach to the skatepark and is the third video in a cinematic storyline from the duo. Watch HERE.


Their previously announced live show at Stubb’s in Austin, TX on Friday, June 25th marks their first live show of the year. Tickets are available at Additionally, Surfaces will perform at some of the years largest festivals including, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, Life is Beautiful, and Austin City Limits. Fans can expect more festival and tour date announcements to come soon.


Surfaces shot to meteoric fame after their song “Sunday Best” became a global smash hit. The song was certified double platinum by the RIAA, with over 2.3 billion streams, they performed on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Late Late Show with James Corden, and The TODAY Show. Additionally, they had the chance to collaborate with one of their idols, Sir Elton John, on the single “Learn To Fly.”




Surfaces is a Texas-based duo comprised of Forrest Frank and Colin Padalecki. The band formed in 2017, with Forrest manning vocals and production, and Colin handling writing and arrangements, they released their debut album later that year titled Surf. Within a year of partnering, Surfaces’ music began to take off, connecting with fans around the world who found something special in the band’s blend of buoyant production and “no shirt, no shoes, no problem” energy. The enthusiastic response led to two more self-made albums, Where the Light Is (2019) and Horizons (2020), and launched them into global stardom.
The band soared to new heights in 2020 with their global smash hit “Sunday Best” - the double-platinum-certified single peaked at #9 at Top 40 Pop radio, #19 on the Billboard Hot 100, and surpassed 2 billion global streams. The song led to performances on The Tonight Show with Jimmy FallonLate Night with Seth MeyersThe Late Late Show with James Corden, and The TODAY Show. 2020 also saw the duo collaborate with one of their idols, Sir Elton John on the anthemic single “Learn to Fly.”
Following their breakout year, the group headed to Malibu to work on new music, where they were inspired the ethereal feeling the Pacific coast gave them, resulting in their captivating new single “Wave of You.” The song gives fans the first taste of what’s to come from the rising hit-makers.