Sea Girls are very pleased to share details of their new single, All I Want To Hear You Say. It arrives on the cusp of a near sell out debut UK and Ireland headline tour throughout October.

2018 started much as 2017 closed for Sea Girls, on a quick, upward trajectory and with no looking back. Now with 2019 firmly in their sights, and a slew of jubilant, ever-expansive festival crowds still ringing in their ears, the fanbase has expanded and that trajectory remains heading in the same, skyward direction.

With three EPs to their name, featuring the pneumatic, infectious punch of Too Much Fun, Eat Me Whole, What For, Call Me Out, and Heavenly War, all of those tracks have followed the trusty formula of being unrelenting guitar-fronted bangers that sound custom-made for the radio airwaves, and All I Want To Hear You Say takes that blueprint but pushes it further still. Confident, ambitious and soaring, it’s Sea Girls growing as a young band, and whilst they’ll be always be scrawling their story out on the road, they’re honing the studio process and pushing themselves to take everything to the next level.

Vocalist and songwriter, Henry Camamile: “There’s this common problem where we all measure ourselves by how other people perceive us, and that desire for others to want and respect you.  You need to respect yourself first though.  You can’t wait for the approval of someone else, and that’s the message we want to portray here in, All I Want To Hear You Say.”

As they head out on the road for their biggest headline shows to date throughout October, including a night at London’s Scala on 18th October.


4thOctober                 Bodega Social Club, Nottingham

5thOctober                 King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow

6thOctober              Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester

11thOctober              Mama Roux’s, Birmingham

12thOctober              The Leadmill, Sheffield

13thOctober              Think Tank?, Newcastle

18thOctober              Scala, London

19thOctober              The Haunt, Brighton

20thOctober              Joiners Arms, Southampton

21stOctober               Thekla, Bristol

23rdOctober              The Workman’s Club, Dublin

24thOctober              Limelight 2, Belfast

All gigs are 14+ except Scala 16+ and Dublin / Belfast which are 18+

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