Indie 4-piece Sea Girls are the band ready to bring back real raw excitement to the music scene with their high-energy performances, jagged love songs and British take on the Kings Of Leon and The Killers.
After flying into the charts and landing a Top 3 debut album, Sea Girls are on fire announcing new dates for 2021 plus rescheduled UK headline tour dates to April & May 2021.
Frontman Henry Camamile says of the tour and the band’s recent album success;
“We started this band because we all love music. No way did we expect to have so many amazing people connect with our debut record and for it to enter the album charts at Number 3. We are so grateful and touched. Being amongst other guitar music in the Top 10 makes us smile and feels like it definitely ain’t dead. It’s been a lifeline that we could still chat to our fans and release music during lockdown. We want to be playing shows as soon as possible but it looks like it is still not gonna be safe to do this for the big dates on our Autumn tour. In consultation with our team, we have rescheduled the November dates to April 2021. It will come around soon and we'll make up for it at these shows.”With album Open Up Your Head, the band’s songwriting has elevated, with Henry stepping into the spotlight as a genuine storyteller for his generation.
The album is an explosion of joyous indie rock held together to reflect topics such as his previous traumatic head injury, the anxiety that ensued, and resulting adolescent vices. In accessing those darkest and least comfortable parts of himself, the record becomes one of hope for the band and fans alike.
There is something timely about this record...they’ve managed, rather impressively, to capture something of the strange, stultifying state of contemporary youth The Guardian (Album Of The Week)
Open Up Your Head’ is a heartfelt beast that isn’t afraid of dreaming big. Introspective anthems for anxious times; no wonder it’s connecting with fans NME ★★★
Open Up Your Head’ is the start of something big - The Sun ★★★★
Full of melodious momentum” - The Times