Sea Girls Share New Single ‘Lonely’

British band Sea Girls have just shared their brand new single Lonely, a high-energy piece of indie-pop/rock music taken from their upcoming album Homesick, set to arrive on March 25th via Polydor Records. 
I am a fan of Henry Camamile's gorgeous vocals and how passionate his vocal delivery is, soaring effortlessly over the upbeat production. His voice is pure gold and you can really feel the emotion pouring from his voice, instantly connecting us to their relatable storytelling. Lonely is a raw and honest song about how life got in the way of a relationship and two people drifted apart. This relatable song shows how much you miss that person as you start imagining what they are doing now with their lives. 
I am loving the energy of the song with catchy drum patterns, soaring guitar riffs and how the chorus is perfect to sing along to. Sea Girls always deliver great music and Lonely is no exception! This gorgeous gem is accompanied by a captivating music video which was directed by James Slater (Sam Fender). Shot on the beaches of Morecambe, and starring JoJo Macari (Netflix’s Sex Education & The Irregulars), it’s a video drenched in nostalgia that follows the journey of singer Henry Camamile and an unrequited love (Lara), as he imagines what she’s up to now, in a series of colourful dream-like snapshots. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, Henry Camamile said,
It was written the day Ennio Morricone died, so was initially in honour of him, a nod to the good, the bad and the ugly - hence the whistle and the line ‘OK Corral’”. It’s about the best friend I probably should have gone out with, but never did. We both moved on and the band happened and life got in the way for the both of us.