London-based indie rockers Sea Girls have already picked up a loyal fanbase who are prepared to turn every gig into a raucous occasion.
Ready to launch the power of their live shows into mastered releases, the band have dropped new single ‘Eat Me Whole’. Written by frontman Henry Camamile and recorded on the same day, the track is a festival-ready indie-anthem with a corker of a chorus.
Explaining the story behind the track, Camamile said: “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.”
After appearances on 5 influential playlists this week, ‘Eat Me Whole’ is a few streams short of 100,000, after enjoying a 500% increase in track followers to 3.3 million (TalentAI).