Posts Tagged ‘sea girls’

May 16, 2018

What company is more perfect to take on a wild tempestuous ocean with than London’s Sea Girls? I’d imagine a reckless sail through high winds would be a whole lot of fun with the lads, kind of like how exhilarating and triumphant their new single Too Much Fun is. The boisterously gusting alt rock anthem, lifted from Sea Girls’ forthcoming EP Adored, is a galvanizing epic, an emphatic storming dazzler with monumental hooks. Vocalist and songwriter Henry Camamile describes Too Much Fun: “It’s a city story about a complicated chaotic summer of love. It’s about capturing the excitement and anticipation from our youth. Triggered by hearing a siren out the window, the lyrics are of memories flooding back of the previous summer’s excess, humour and playing with fire. And what’s more dangerous than crossing your best friend. Terrible behaviour.” He continues: “Fundamentally it’s telling someone, maybe a friend that they party a little too much, too often. Maybe that’s the letter of love…”   Sea Girls will be playing a jaw-dropping 16 festivals this summer, and they’ll be heading out on a fall UK tour, too. Tour dates and ticket info can be found, here. New EP Adored is slated to arrive in June.

March 21, 2018

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 03.20.2018

We’ve spent the past week at SXSW and fell behind on loads of music. This is a Moosiq Mosaic roundup, Will feature a few of these tracks on the blog individually soon!

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January 4, 2018

I really can’t imagine war to be a heavenly affair, except when it’s a song named Heavenly War from London based outfit Sea Girls. The charming lads are back with their fourth single, a brisk shimmering, coastal cruising indie rock jam replete with taut strings and rambunctious punching drums. It’s an immediately endearing, melodiously hooking sonic suitor that serves to amplify our love for this fast emerging British band. Frontman Henry Camimile, who wrote the luminously lifting anthem, explains:  “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.“ Sea Girls will be hitting the road again come February with their firstr headline tour of the UK. Find out more about it, here.

September 14, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 09.08.2017 – 09.13.2017

Featured Music – September 8 – 13, 2017
(excluding tracks not available on Soundcloud)

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September 9, 2017

“Lost” I’d gladly be if I had Sea Girls to accompany me. The London by way of Leicestershire and Kent quartet caught our ears earlier this year when they released their third single Call Me Out. They’re back with more of their infectious rollicking guitar pop and coastal blustering indie rock on magnificent new single Lost. The four lads that make up the band made their live debut together as a Sea Girls earlier this summer. They’ll next play at The Lexington in London on September 18th. We’ll be on the lookout for news regarding their debut EP, and they’re certainly staying on our bands to watch list. 

June 8, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 06.05.2017 – 06.06.2017

Featured Music – June 5-6, 2017

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June 6, 2017

This emerging London by way of Leicestershire and Kent band might be named Sea Girls, but their members consist of four dashing lads. They take a firm hold of our attention with Call Me Out, the band’s third single since they debuted with Daisy Daisy last year. It’s infectious rollicking guitar pop and indie rock knocks us right off our feet. We set sail with a full wind at our backs to Sea Girls and their spirited romper. Call Me Out will be on Sea Girls’ debut EP, out later this week on June 8th via Alamanc Recordings. You can stream the band’s prior singles on Soundcloud, here.