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February 2020
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Sea Girls go down the rabbit hole with their new video for 'Ready For More'

It's a cut from the band's upcoming EP, ‘Under Exit Lights’.
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Published: 10:35 am, February 07, 2020
Sea Girls go down the rabbit hole with their new video for 'Ready For More'

Sea Girls have released a new video for ‘Ready For More’.

It's a cut from the band's upcoming EP ‘Under Exit Lights’, due for release on 6th March, which will be accompanied by a four-date tour that includes a huge night at the Roundhouse in London.

The video, directed by Sophia & Robert, “is a thinly veiled dark message in vibrant frenzied and down the rabbit hole way,” says singer Henry Camamile. “The video for ‘Ready For More’ is one part Alice, one part Harley, and I think a lot of me. At the time of writing it, I was so unsure of who I was, what I was doing or if I could trust myself. I was my own worst enemy.”

Have a watch below, and catch the band live at the following:

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16 BIRMINGHAM, O2 Institute
17 MANCHESTER, O2 Ritz
18 GLASGOW, The Garage
23 LONDON, The Roundhouse

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