Sea Girls formed in 2015 when Henry Camamile (Vocals/Guitar), Rory Young (Guitar), Andrew Noswad (Bass) and Oli Khan (Drums) met at school. They’ve been named by both NME and Radio 1’s Huw Stephens “ones to watch for 2018”, and their first singles of the year ‘Eat Me Whole’ and ‘Heavenly War’ certainly back these claims.
‘Eat Me Whole’ was recorded on the day of writing in order the capture the raw, impulsive energy of the jam, with the music and lyrics flowing together in an experimental yet high quality fashion. Camamile describes the topic material as “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”, a story that encapsulates the party feel of their music.
Their debut EP Call Me Out was released last year and was a real example of a young band hitting the ground running. Sea Girls have made a name for themselves, having energetic and infectious choruses that translate incredibly well live.
Current residents of London, the four-piece are taking the south by storm and are about to take their new material on the road with an upcoming UK tour, as well as confirmed appearances at Reading & Leeds festival, Citadel, Truck, 110 Above, Live At Leeds, The Great Escape and Belladrum to mention but a few.introducing / sea girls