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Sea Girls have toasted a new record deal with a thumping new single. The four-piece have stormed across the country, releasing a string of indie rock bangers to electrify fans.

Polydor Records have swooped to sign the band, with Sea Girls also announcing their biggest ever UK tour.

Hitting London’s Kentish Town Forum on October 10th, the quartet have also shared brand new single ‘Damage Done’. It’s a song about “about young love and moving on” it’s an indie rock track that looks continually to the future.

Vocalist and songwriter Henry Camamile explains the track: “‘Damage Done’ is about young love and moving on. The night before the song was written I recognised that a part of my past was amazing, a bit flawed and broken all at the same time. I wanted to try to be at peace with it, and to realise that better things are to come rather than holding onto the past. I sort of told myself I’m singing to no one if I’m not thinking of the future.”

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SEA GIRLS – ” Lost “

Posted: January 5, 2019 in MUSIC
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Having gained a reputation for their frantic live performances and epic guitar rock sound, Sea Girls have been plying their trade throughout 2018 and released their latest single All I Want To Hear You Say in September. They head out on a major headline tour at the end of February 2019 – but you can get a taste of their amazing live show with this exclusive clip, showcasing the band’s appearances with appearances at Truck, Citadel, All Points East and Leeds festivals across the summer.

This London four-piece spent their summer building a fanbase at festivals around the UK. While the music industry hasn’t been so kind to rock bands over the past few years, the tides (geddit) seem to be turning, and it’s about time we had some new blood on the scene. Sea Girls are offering listeners a fresh, uplifting and bold guitar-based sound that capture the spirit of youth.

Music video by Sea Girls performing Lost

SEA GIRLS – ” Adored ” EP

Posted: August 25, 2018 in MUSIC
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Primed for breakthrough in 2018 Sea Girls release their first physical release titled Adored to celebrate the one-year anniversary of their debut track Call Me Outand first ever headline gig. The EP features the newly recorded title track and growing live favourite Adored as well as new single Too Much Funwhich is currently picking up steam with Radio 1’s Annie Mac, Huw Stephens and Phil Taggart plus previous indie banger single Eat Me Whole released in March. Originally hailing from East Midlands and Kent, this 7” EP are a collection of songs by a band that pack their punches with festival ready indie anthems and arrive ahead of Sea Girls performance at Reading and Leeds festival. Produced by long term collaborator Larry Hibbitt (Nothing But Thieves, Sundara Karma) Sea Girls are fast becoming known for their frantic live shows bringing songs that are resonating with an audience who want an easy escape from a complicated world.

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The new single ‘Eat Me Whole’ is keenly anticipated by a lot of people, a key component to their concert power finally laid down in the studio. Crunching indie rock with a UK slant, ‘Eat Me Whole’ is dominated by that crunching chorus, a real anthem-in-waiting for fans.

The band’s Henry Camamile says…“It’s a story about the moment at a party when it’s just about to kick off over someone being rude and one guy thinking he’s the man, but in reality they’re just killing the vibe. It was written the same day we recorded it, so it has that exciting and impulsive energy of a brand new jam, so we thought let’s do something in the moment to reflect the story of the song and see what happens. The music and the lyrics all came together and we love how it sounds.”

Catch Sea Girls at the following shows: October 4th Nottingham Bodega Social Club

“LOST”” is OUT NOW!

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With their debut EP ‘Call Me Out’ released last year in June via Almanac Recordings, London-based four-piece Sea Girls share its title track- and we like it a lot. With loud jangly guitars, a baritone vocal not too dissimilar from ex-Chapel Club’s Lewis Bowman, a catchy earworm chorus and plenty of fuzzing energy, ‘Call Me Out’ has a big Maccabees-like vibe.

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The band have had a lot of play on the BBC Music Introducing show, So far we’ve loved every single track they’ve put out so far. When you see a new Sea Girls track drop into your inbox, you just know it’s gonna be good! These lot are true masters of the indie pop anthem and this makes for some amazing singalong moments live, could be the band to see this summer festival season.

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Sea Girls have unveiled their next single ‘Heavenly War’.  Last year, Londoners Sea Girls unveiled a string of explosive singles, including their debut ‘Call Me Out’, the compelling track ‘Lost’ and ‘What For’. It’s yet another slice of shimmering indie-disco that’s filled with rolling, cascading drum licks and another soaring hook. 

The single release comes ahead of the band’s first headline UK tour, launching from London’s Omera on February 1st. Speaking of the single, frontman Henry Camamile explained: “This song is about that weirdly exciting but quite difficult conflict of feelings and events that makes our lives worth living. Ultimately describing that moment when you feel the best about life. I think it’s a really positive message.”

With its addictive shimmering sound, ‘Heavenly War’ is another cracking indie-soaked single from Sea Girls that had us instantly hitting repeat. London alt-indie quartet, with Henry Camamile’s baritone arguably one of the best new indie voices to be heard. Two previous singles, ‘Call Me Out’ and ‘Lost’ in 2017 proved they’re not one hit wonders

FEBRUARY
01 London, Omeara
02 Bristol, The Exchange
03 Leicester, The Cookie
08 Manchester, Deaf Institute
09 Leeds, Brudenell Community Room
10 Glasgow, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut