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Sea Girls Unleash New Single: ‘Eat Me Whole’ – New UK Tour Dates Announced

Sea Girls Sea Girls are pleased to share details of a new single: ‘Eat Me Whole.’ The track is their second offering so far in 2018. The band are also pleased to announce a new nine date UK tour for this October, including their biggest show to date at London’s Scala.

Listen to Eat Me Whole via Soundcloud

Written by vocalist Henry Camamile and recorded within the same day, ‘Eat Me Whole’ was premiered by Radio 1’s Huw Stephens last night. It’s the band’s fifth single to date and another adrenaline-heavy guitar anthem with another rousing chorus.  There cannot be a young British band more adept at delivering such hook-laden choruses operating today, nor at the sheer rate at which Sea Girls drop them.

Henry Camamile on ‘Eat Me Whole’ – “It’s a story about the moment at a party when it’s just about to kick off over someone being rude and one guy thinking he’s the man, but in reality they’re just killing the vibe.  It was written the same day we recorded it, so it has that exciting and impulsive energy of a brand new jam, so we thought let’s do something in the moment to reflect the story of the song and see what happens. The music and the lyrics all came together and we love how it sounds.”

Since previous single Heavenly War was released in January, the London via Leicestershire and Kent quartet have taken their live show across the UK on a maiden UK headline tour. Each show was sold-out in advance, with fans screaming the words back to them. With the repeat support of Huw Stephens, Annie Mac, and Radio X, and the festival season fast approaching, it would be foolish not to suggest that Sea Girls will be in a very commanding position by the end of the Summer.

Tickets for the October headline tour are on sale now, and the band have also been announced to play the Festival Republic stage at Reading & Leeds Festivals in August, alongside further festival appearances throughout the summer

Sea Girls were tipped earlier this year by Huw Stephens as his Ones To Watch for 2018 on Radio 1.

Listen to Sea Girls’ prior singles:  Heavenly War –  Lost –  Call Me Out – What For?

Tickets for all headline dates are on sale now at: https://www.seagirls.net

Sea Girls Live:

18th April                    Heartbreakers, Southampton (supp. The Academic)

19th April                    The Garage, London (supp. The Academic)

21st April                    The Cellar, Oxford (supp. The Academic)

22nd April                   Mama Roux’s, Birmingham (supp. The Academic)

6th May                       Liverpool Sound City

17th-19th May             The Great Escape, Brighton

15th July                      Citadel Festival, London

20 – 22nd July             Truck Festival, Oxfordshire

4th August                   Belladrum Festival, Scotland

25th August                 Reading Festival

26th August                 Leeds Festival

UK Headline Tour:

4th October                 Bodega Social Club, Nottingham

5th October                 King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow

11th October               Mama Roux’s, Birmingham

12th October               The Leadmill, Sheffield

13th October               Think Tank, Newcastle

18th October               Scala, London

19th October               The Haunt, Brighton

20th October               Joiners Arms, Southampton

21st October               Thekla, Bristol

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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