Welsh indie pop outfit Seazoo have announced the release of their brand new single Roy’s World, taken from their debut album out summer 2017.
With influences ranging from Grandaddy to Yo La Tengo and Super Furry Animals, the quintet has brightened up stages at the likes of Green Man, Festival No.6 and Canadian Music Week in the past 12-18 months and received widespread praise from the blogosphere (DIY, The Line Of Best Fit and Q Magazine).
In Roy’s World, the first offering from their debut LP, the five-piece deliver a three-minute scuzzed nugget of guitars, organ and Terry (the 36-year-old Korg synth) that fuses their eclectic sound to perfection.
Support from BBC Radio 1 (Huw Stephens) and BBC 6 Music (Steve Lamacq, Radcliffe and Maconie, Lauren Laverne) has been substantial and with live sessions for Marc Riley and the BBC at Maida Vale Studios already under their belts, Seazoo’s effervescent new release is primed to be a real summer anthem.
Produced by Ben Trow, Seazoo’s Roy’s World is out 12th May and will be available on all platforms.
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