BBC Sound Of 2019 Nominated, Sea Girls are absolutely smashing it at the moment with their UK Tour. Friday 1st March gig at The Key Club Leeds was no exception as the sell out crowd needed little encouragement to cheer on Sea Girls and dance at the earliest opportunity. Sea Girls kicked off their show with ‘Lost,’ which was immediately welcomed by the crowd as they cheered with excitement. Lead Singer Henry Camamile interacted with the Leeds audience getting them even more hyped up and ready to dance to their next song ‘Too Much Fun.’ There was no let up when they played their third song called ‘Heavenly Way.’ Lead Guitarist Rory Young and Bass Guitarist Andrew Noswain performed with an infectious energy, covering every available space on stage. Oli Khan set the atmosphere and tempo with his brilliant drumming talent as the audience could be seen moving to the beat. Sea Girls are a talented Indie band with a buzz about them, this band seems destined for big things to come in the future.
Photos and Review by Richard Clark