Sea Girls have shared their brand new single “Hometown”, unveiling the hook-filled track with a first play on BBC Radio 1.
Written on the first day the band’s frontman Henry Camamile spent at home during the pandemic, the song encapsulates the spirit of the upcoming album Homesick, focusing on his teenage years in the flatlands of Lincolnshire.
Després de festes tornem amb la maleta preparada de vinils.
Divus Julius estrenarà el més nou de The Raconteurs,Anteros,RY X o The 1975. Us descobrirem a Sea Girls,Men, I Trust,Leif Erikson,Beabadoobee o Musa Wild i us presentarem les noves figures emergemtes de la música francesa com Vendredi sur Mer o Claire Laffut. A més, us posarem al dia sobre el Doctor Music festival i el FIB.
Sea Girls are set for greatness. It’s a fact. Not only does their name offer up loads of puns for journalistic purposes, but they’re bringing something exciting to the table with their refreshing guitar pop sound, crafted into non-stop bangers.
Dropping their debut track last year, every single song they’ve followed it up with have been bold and beautiful and destined to be yelled – hands in the air, eyes shut – as the sun sets at a festival. As the band go from strength to strength, it’s clear they’re destined to make a splash and solidify themselves as your new faves.
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