Sea Girls – live at TRNSMT 2021 – Recorded September 12, 2021 – BBC Scotland –
Sea Girls live at TRNSMT Festival this weekend – recorded and broadcast live by BBC Scotland on the last day, September 12, 2021. As the restrictions and isolation precautions over COVID were starting to relax in Scotland, a quickly put-together re-scheduled festival in Glasgow yielded a packed and grateful crowd on this closing day of a high energy festival.
The latest on the band via their website:
Championing the resurgence of British guitar bands in 2019 Sea Girls announce details of their second studio album Homesick set for release in Jan 2022. Hot on the heels of debut UK no:3 Open Up Your Head released only a year ago the BBC Sound of Nominees debut was “a heartfelt beast unafraid of dreaming big. Known for their introspective anthems for these anxious times, it’s no wonder their music connects with fans” (NME) Recorded in South London’s rainy Brixton and contrasting sunny California the new album’s first taster SICK premiered as Radio 1 guest DJ Arlo Parks Hottest Record In The World. Lead singer Henry Camamile – ‘it’s something that we haven’t given people, something we haven’t said. It’s a unique song that doesn’t hold back’ Adapt a delivery storytelling arena ready anthems Sea Girls shows are a must see. Witness them play tightly honed tunes to crowds chanting back every word to songs that pack such solid punches its clear they won’t be held back for long. With headline UK, US and EU tours already under their belt 2021 sees Sea Girls debut main stages at UK festivals including Reading and Leeds followed by sold out UK Academy tour incl. 02 Brixton Academy. Picture the scene, 000s gathered hands aloft screaming bodies shaking with adrenaline as song after song hit them like a tidal wave. That feeling of being wrapped up in a band who seize the euphoric, turn it into something vital and real in front of your eyes – that feeling is what makes Sea Girls special.
Click on the link and have a listen – there is rumor of a tour next year maybe to the States. Keep on the lookout for where they’re heading next and try to check them out.
Good times, despite everything.
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