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Sea Girls thrive on new ‘Adored’ EP

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Sea Girls gear up for the festival circuit with new EP Adored. The EP features singles ‘Eat Me Whole’ and ‘Too Much Fun’ (read our review here). The EP marks an important part of the band’s history being released on the first anniversary of their very first release ‘Call Me Out’.

The band are in early doors, getting attention from Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens and earning respectable slots at the likes of The Great Escape, All Points East, Citadel and even Reading and Leeds.

‘Eat Me Whole’ is a banger start to finish. Henry Camamile says: “It’s a story about the moment at a party when it’s just about to kick off over someone being rude and one guy thinking he’s the man, but in reality they’re just killing the vibe.

It was written the same day we recorded it, so it has that exciting and impulsive energy of a brand new jam, so we thought let’s do something in the moment to reflect the story of the song and see what happens. The music and the lyrics all came together and we love how it sounds.”

Newest track ‘Adored’ follows the same love-lorn theme as the rest of the EP. It’s slower than the other two tracks with some real Jaws vibes before picking up at the second chorus. The vocal melodies and fancy fingers on the guitar are what make the song come alive.

Give the EP a listen here and check out the lads as they hit the festivals over the summer or on their UK Autumn Tour.

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