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  • Sea Girls Premieres New Song “Lonely” on BBC Radio 1

  • British alt-rock band Sea Girls, consisting of Henry Camamile (vocals, guitar), Rory Young (lead guitar), Andrew Dawson (bass), and Oli Khan (drums), premiered a new song “Lonely” along with a music video directed by James Slater on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Jack Saunders.
    The song will appear on their upcoming “Homesick”, which is set to be released on March 25, 2022.
    It was written by Henry Camamile, and Johnny Coffer, who also produced the track.
    Henry Camamile told Jack Saunders about the song, “As well as just like saying exactly how I felt and the time right and the album. I just wanted to give notice some artists that I've had think of exciting and why I got into music and we got. On this track, a bit of note to Keith Lynn. I like bravery and art and I just think the prodigy of for that. Throughout the album, I just sort of give notice some scenarios.”
  • He continued, “That was during lockdown that's what I was doing. I'd be driving the only thing drive to the local shop. And I was just like, what am I doing? I sort of fell very rooted again with who I was before we were in a band and all these exciting things, but I kind of want to share my life with people I don't see anymore and I was just this song is particularly like a personal just one on one. There's a lot of our homesickness. It was sort of like identity that where you belong this album. 'Sick' was identity and kind of attitude and situation. 'Hometown' was sort of homage to my hometown people that shaped me that aren't around anymore that I grew up with. And this one is about just one person and feeling like you're not really relevant if you're not sharing them. I was I've kind of let love getting away and I need to reconnect with someone.”
    Henry Camamile announced the band embarks on their headline tour this winter. The tour locks off at London in November.

  • Photo by Andrew Cooper
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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