Sea Girls have released a new EP, check out ‘Adored’

A 7” will follow on 24th August, when the band will be playing Reading & Leeds.
Sea Girls have dropped a new EP to celebrate the one-year anniversary of their debut EP, ‘Call Me Out’.

‘Adored’ was preceded by the track ‘Too Much Fun’ last month, and also features ‘Eat Me Whole’, as well as newly recorded title-track. Available digitally now, a 7” will follow on 24th August.

Vocalist and songwriter Henry Camamile says: “We are so excited to be releasing our third EP this month as it’s been a year since we put out our first EP, ‘Call Me Out’.

“The title-track ‘Adored’ in truth is about severe self-doubt in the face of something beautiful. We’ve felt a lot of love for this song from our live shows and has a great feel of freedom performing it.

“The tracks on this EP were written within our first year of experiencing so much, gaining confidence to express ourselves, explore sounds as a band and so we’re incredibly fired up to share it with you all.”

Sea Girls are playing loads of festivals over the summer, including Barn on the Farm and Truck, plus Citadel, Reading & Leeds and more. They’ve also a headline tour planned for October, with a night at London’s Scala.

Check out ‘Adored’ below.

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