Following the much-anticipated announcement of their debut album release, Sea Girls have released an unexpected new video for their fan-favourite track.
The animated video dips heavily into every primary colour, collating hues of blue and red in a retro yet decidedly modern approach. Comic-book lines combine with old-cinema tones to produce a truly captivating illustration.
Directed by acclaimed Korean-Swedish duo Tjoff Koong Studios, the clip takes the viewer on a whirlwind of a journey; a visual roller coaster matched only by the rapid ups and downs of the effervescent single.
Lead singer Henry Camamile perfectly describes the video, “When I wrote this song I was trying to channel some emotional highs and lows of the likes of Kurt Cobain.” He continues, “Full of visual adrenalin, it builds with rushes of excitement and lack of control. Someone build a rollercoaster through the city and we’ll get on it.”
The song itself? Anthemic as ever, with their signature chorus that bursts at the seams, and lyrics that every fan has shouted along to.
This week the band have partnered with Reading & Leeds Festival for a very special Netflix Party, hosting a screening of Oasis’ documentary ‘Supersonic’ with their fans on Friday evening (10th July). Tune in to hang out with the group behind the countless hits.
The band will also kick off their rescheduled April UK dates by upgrading the venues to play their biggest headline shows to date in November 2020, including a career defining night at London’s legendary O2 Brixton Academy on 6th November.
You can also pre-order the album here.
Mon 2nd GLASGOW, Barrowlands SOLD OUT
Thu 5th BIRMINGHAM, O2 Institute SOLD OUT
Fri 6th LONDON, O2 Academy Brixton
Sat 7th MANCHESTER, Academy 1 SOLD OUT
Thur 12th Action Records, Preston Blitz Club
Fri 13th Crash Records, Leeds Wardrobe
Sat 14th Bear Tree Records, Sheffield Foundary
Tues 17th Assai Records, Dundee Fat Sounds
Wed 18th Assai Records, Edinburgh Liquid Rooms
Fri 20th Sound Knowledge, Marlborough
Sat 21st Rough Trade, Nottingham Metronome
Sun 22nd Rough Trade, Bristol Fleece
Tues 24th Vinilo, Southampton Engine Rooms
Wed 25th Resident, Brighton Chalk
Thur 26th Banquet, Kinsgton (Banquet Pryzm)
Header credit: Matthew Parri Thomas