The release follows up a colossal end to 2017 from the band, which saw them play repeat sold-out shows in London and release no less than three massive new singles. The quartet’s infectious new tune is joyfully upbeat and coloured with guitar riffs and vocals vaguely reminiscent of The 1975.
A catchy bass line and splashes of electronics show off the band’s pop sensibilities, while a bold, infectious chorus line cements their subtle indie-rock charms. “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.” – Henry Camamile (vocals, guitar)
Despite the ensemble’s youth (they formed in 2015), they’ve already been cherry-picked as one’s to watch for 2018 by BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens. Sea Girls are taking to the road next month on their first UK headline tour.
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