Following a run of high-energy festival performances—including Reading & Leeds Festival, TRNSMT, Neighbourhood and Latitude—Sea Girls have revealed the brand new video for their relatable and infectiously honest single ‘Sick’. The album comes out January 14th on Polydor.
Directed by Joseph Delaney (Ashnikko, HMLTD) in Hackney, the music video sees lead singer Henry Camamile obsessing on all the things that make him sick, mixing a sense of doom and disaffection with sharp wit and a touch of vulnerability. Sea Girls is a band that easily delivers on an exciting musical promise: they sound great live, they write fantastic songs, and Camamile's voice is impressively consistent from the studio to the stage. They convey a sense of emotional urgency and effortless style that feels somehow preordained, with plenty of band chemistry and goodwill to accompany their undeniable stage presence.
Renowned for their raucous, sweat-drenched live shows, Sea Girls is one of the most exciting guitar bands to have emerged in recent times. Henry Camamile, Rory Young, Andrew Dawson and Oli Khan are living their best life and are ready to get back on tour with an added sense of maturity and their most ambitious record yet. Catch them in support of their new release on tour starting in March. More info at seagirls.net.