Sea Girls’ Henry Camamile pens a love letter to his hometown with new single, ‘Hometown’

The band's second album is coming in January. Busy month.

Sea Girls have shared their new single, ‘Hometown’.

Premiered by Clara Amfo last night (Thursday, 18th November) on BBC Radio 1, it’s the latest cut from the band’s upcoming second album ‘Homesick’, set for release on 14th January via Polydor Records.

“‘Hometown’ is one of the most important songs I’ve written. It defines my philosophy,” frontman Henry Camamile explains. “While writing songs for the new album, I had this intense love for life.

“Hometown is about people I knew growing up that aren’t around anymore. I’m saying ‘I see you’ – it’s a nod to them. I’m grateful for life and I am not going to jeopardise it in any way.”

Check it out below.

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