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Sea Girls have released their latest bop 'Forever', the last drop before their debut album

Catch them on tour this November.
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Published: 11:20 am, August 06, 2020
Sea Girls have released their latest bop 'Forever', the last drop before their debut album

Sea Girls have released their latest bop, 'Forever'.

It marks the band's final single ahead of their imminent debut album 'Open Up Your Head', due 14th August via Polydor. The band have also recently announced a run of special in-store shows this November.

Speaking of the track, lead singer Henry says: "Playing Forever live just feels incredible, it kind of carries you and feels super important and I love singing that last line, just shouting it out 'I'm never gonna live forever and I don't want to'.

"One of the first times we played it was in Manchester, and I remember singing the chorus standing on a speaker stack just thinking in that moment: we’re in the best band in the world. It’s pretty cool when a song makes you feel like that."

Catch the band live:

NOVEMBER
2 GLASGOW, Barrowlands
5 BIRMINGHAM, O2 Institute
6 LONDON, O2 Academy Brixton
7 MANCHESTER, Academy 1
12 Action Records, Preston Blitz Club
13 Crash Records, Leeds Wardrobe
14 Bear Tree Records, Sheffield Foundary
17 Assai Records, Dundee Fat Sounds
18 Assai Records, Edinburgh Liquid Rooms
20 Sound Knowledge, Marlborough
21 Rough Trade, Nottingham Metronome
22 Rough Trade, Bristol Fleece
24 Vinilo, Southampton Engine Rooms
25 Resident, Brighton Chalk
26 Banquet, Kingston (Banquet Pryzm)

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