London-based four-piece Sea Girls’ brand of guitar pop has been quickly exploding since their debut single ‘Call Me Out’ first took them to seemingly dizzy heights.
Their latest single, ‘All I Want To Hear You Say’, stands out as another homage to indie music, with a real palatable mix of witty dilettante lyricism and nostalgic mid-noughties indie sound.
Their sonic values take classic indie guitar licks, with a growling base of keyboards and bass that any mid-noughties hit would be jealous of. The lead synth-line would make 2004 Brandon Flowers wonder if he might be out of a job.
That’s not the most ear-catching part of their music, as the lyrics of lead singer Henry Camamile, meander through situations relatable to all. Camamile talks openly of an old flame, and how he wishes that they would be able to ‘see him now’. Conversations of how they would come to his show, or find him on their news feed (twice a day)…
Sea Girls have no intention of slowing down any time soon, either, with a huge UK tour planned for the Autumn, including a headline show at London’s Scala on October 18th. Tickets for the tour are available to purchase now from the Sea Girls website.
Words by Lee Robert Bouzida