Welsh five-piece Seazoo have announced the forthcoming release of their latest single Shoreline, the second track taken from their debut album out in November.
Recorded between a decommissioned nuclear bunker and their home in Wrexham, North Wales; the DIY quintet have conjured up another majestic indie pop number bursting with all the exuberance and infectious guitar work normally captured within their signature sound.
Influences of acts such as Grandaddy, Super Furry Animals and Yo La Tengo shine through once more in the band’s latest release, whilst continued backing from the online community (DIY, The Line Of Best Fit, Q Magazine) and appearances at the likes of Green Man Festival, Festival No. 6 and Canadian Music Week have enhanced their profile considerably in the last twelve months.
Extensive support across the airwaves has arrived from Huw Stephens (BBC Radio 1), Steve Lamacq, Chris Hawkins, Lauren Laverne and Radcliffe & Maconie (BBC 6 Music), and following two live sessions on BBC 6 Music (Marc Riley) and for the BBC at Maida Vale Studios, Seazoo are primed for further national exposure.
Produced by Ben Trow and mixed by Mike Collins (Girl Ray, Metronomy), Seazoo’s Shoreline is out 4th September and will be available on all platforms.