Leicester band Sea Girls are back with their latest release and summer anthem, ‘Too Much Fun’. It follows ‘Eat Me Whole and ‘Heavenly War’.
Taken from their upcoming EP ‘Adored’, the track is good from the get-go, opening with a foot-tapping bass line. Explodes into an indie banger with frontman Henry Camamile’s vocals soothing the frenzy. It appears to be a summer anthem on the outside however the song takes a regretful turn, revealing that things aren’t quite so straight forward.
The track premiered on Radio 1 earlier in the week, Camamile illustrated: “it’s a city story about a complicated chaotic summer of love. It’s about capturing the excitement and anticipation from our youth.”
He then added, “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.” There’s a cheeky, almost coy vibe here that makes Sea Girls all the more exciting.
Sea Girls have a busy summer ahead. They’re playing numerous festival dates, before embarking on a headline tour in October. Be sure to grab a ticket and we’ll see you down the front.
You can listen to the track ‘Too Much Fun’ here.