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Sea Girls are 'Ready For More' with their latest indie banger

It's the opener for their forthcoming EP 'Under Exit Lights', due this March.
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Published: 9:00 am, January 15, 2020
Sea Girls are 'Ready For More' with their latest indie banger

Sea Girls have dropped a brand new track, 'Ready For More'.

The opener for their forthcoming EP 'Under Exit Lights', it comes as the band prepare to hit Europe through January and February when they'll play shows in Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Italy and France. They'll then return to the UK in April for a short run that finishes up with their biggest headline show to date at London's Roundhouse.

”We’ve worked so hard to get here," explains frontman Henry Camamile. We’re so clear-headed about where we want to go, where we want to be and what we want to say. I don’t want to let anything knock us off track. 2020 is going to be massive for us. Bring it on.”

“‘Ready For More’ is the bad apple of the EP. It looks and sounds sweet, but it's basically staring into this abyss of nihilistic behaviour and being scared that I couldn't change it. This song practically embraces the slippery slope I was on.”

A typically anthemic indie banger from a band who have already made that their calling card, you can stream 'Ready For More' below. 'Under Exit Lights' is set to be released on 6th March.

Sea Girls' UK dates read:

April
16 Birmingham O2 Institute
17 Manchester O2 Ritz
18 Glasgow The Garage
23 London Roundhouse

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