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Off the back of cementing their second Top 3 record in a row, Sea Girls waste no time in delivering another slice of guitar-driven pop brilliance with brand new single and video ‘DNA’.
After arriving as a special one off limited edition Blue 7" vinyl for Record Store Day on April 23rd, the track has been added to the record as a special bonus track on all DSPs due to overwhelming fan demand.
Shot impressively in one take, against the backdrop of the Swiss mountains, the video sees frontman Henry Camamile spill his heart out to camera whilst parading the orange-soaked Lucerne terrain - one that reflects the beauty and strangeness in the track.
“We felt that there was another story to tell from the Homesick era, an itch that DNA scratches. This track is a monumental celebration of being strange. It ponders belonging and identity. DNA celebrates people who don’t fit in. You are who you are and that’s why people love you. We shot it in just one take whilst travelling between shows on our latest European tour. Our tour bus was heading over the mountains between Germany and Switzerland, and it just all made sense - we had to film there. I think we managed to stumble upon one of the most beautiful locations on earth!”
It’s extremely exciting times for the band live as they recently revealed their biggest UK headline shows to date with `The Hometown Tour'. Kicking off mid-November, Sea Girls will take on seven monster shows including what will be a truly special night at London's Alexandra Palace on December 1st.
'DNA' is out now.
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