Sea Girls have unveiled their new single ‘Damage Done’ as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record on Radio 1. The propulsive track is yet another euphoric, ear-worm guitar anthem.
Vocalist and songwriter Henry Camamile explains the track: “Damage Done is about young love and moving on. The night before the song was written I recognised that a part of my past was amazing, a bit flawed and broken all at the same time. I wanted to try to be at peace with it, and to realise that better things are to come rather than holding onto the past. I sort of told myself I’m singing to no one if I’m not thinking of the future.”
Following a whirlwind start to the year, which saw them being named as the only band on the BBC’s Sound of 2019 list and playing their biggest ever sold out live show at London’s Heaven, the band are also excited to share the news that they have signed a record deal with Polydor Records (Billie Eilish, Sam Fender, The 1975).
Earlier this month, the band announced their biggest ever shows for this autumn including a night at 02 Forum Kentish Town on 10th October. The full tour kicks off in Nottingham on 2nd October, the tour takes in Bristol, Southampton, London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town on the 10th October, Leicester, then Manchester, Liverpool and Stoke. All shows are fourteen + except London, Leicester and Liverpool which are eight +. Manchester and Southampton are All Ages. Conditions Apply.
Tickets are on sale now – http://www.seagirls.net/uk-tour
With three EPs and a plethora of instant fan favourite tracks under their belts, Sea Girls will also be headed out on the road for a busy summer of festivals across the UK and mainland Europe. Full dates below. By the time the band start their Autumn tour, they will have played to over 190,000 people worldwide.
25th – Neighborhood Weekender, Manchester
30th – Community Festival, London
6th – Barn On The Farm, Gloucestershire
12th – Castlefield Bowl, Manchester (supporting The Kooks)
14th – TRNSMT Festival, Glasgow
19th – Tramlines Festival, Sheffield
25th – Kendal Calling, Cumbria
26th – Standon Calling, Hertfordshire
27th – Y Not Festival, Derbyshire
28th – Truck Festival, Oxfordshire
10th – Boardmasters Festival, Cornwall
23rd – Reading Festival, BBC Radio 1 Stage
24th – Leeds Festival, BBC Radio 1 Stage
1st – Electric Picnic Festival, Ireland
2nd – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
3rd – The Fleece, Bristol
4th- The Loft, Southampton
10th – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
11th – O2 Academy 2, Leicester
16th – The Welly, Hull
17th – Academy 2, Manchester
18th – O2 Academy 2, Liverpool
19th – The Sugarmill, Stoke