Hailing from London in 2015, Sea Girls are known for their indie anthems and dynamic live shows. They self-released their debut single ‘Call Me Out’ in 2017, alongside multiple EPs, before signing with Polydor Records in 2019.
Composed of Singer Henry Camamile, Guitarist Rory Young, Bassist Andrew Dawson, and Drummer Oli Khan, Sea Girls’ name came from a misheard lyric from a Nick Cave song, ‘Water's Edge’. Rory loved the song, but always sang the words as 'sea girls' instead of 'city girls', and it just happened to stick when they were thinking of a name for the band.
‘Homesick’ was recorded in South London’s rainy Brixton and contrasting sunny California, with long-term producer Larry Hibbitt, Jacknife Lee, Jonny Coffer, and Cass Lowe calling in remotely from the Golden State.
The first tasters off the album ‘Hometown’, ‘Again Again’, ‘Sick’, and the latest single ‘Lonely’ have proved to be instant hits, with ‘Sick’ being named one of BBC Radio 1’s Hottest Records by guest DJ Arlo Parks. Check out the new song ‘Lonely’ and its accompanying video below.
Most recently, Sea Girls have treated fans to the news that they will be heading on their biggest UK tour to date throughout November 2022. Don’t miss out!
Buy your tickets to catch Sea Girls now!
Keep up to date with your favourite artists, priority bookings and exclusive offers from See Tickets: