Sea Girls’ new album ‘Homesick’ is coming a week early

You'll be able to get hold of it from next Friday (18th March).

Sea Girls have moved the release of their new album ‘Homesick’ forward.

The band’s second album was initially delayed until 25th March, after originally being planned to arrive in January. Now, you’ll be able to get hold of it next Friday, 18th March.

The band announced the news with a short video, which you can check out below.

Last month, Sea Girls debuted the latest track from ‘Homesick’, ‘Lonely’

“It was written the day Ennio Morricone died, so was initially in honour of him, a nod to the good, the bad and the ugly – hence the whistle and the line ‘OK Corral’,” says frontman Henry Camamile of the song.

“It’s about the best friend I probably should have gone out with, but never did. We both moved on and the band happened and life got in the way for the both of us.”

The band are also set to hit the road this November. You can catch the at:

NOVEMBER
17 Nottingham, Rock City
18 Birmingham, O2 Academy 1
19 Glasgow, O2 Academy
22 Cardiff, University Great Hall
23 Southampton, O2 Guildhall
25 London, Alexandra Palace
26 Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse

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