Sea Girls Share New Single ‘Young Strangers’

British band Sea Girls share their brand new single Young Strangers, the latest single to be taken from their forthcoming third studio album which will arrive next year on their own label Alt. Records. 
What I like the most about this song is its energy and how passionate Henry Camamile's vocals are, exuding so much soul and emotion that is impossible not to fall in love with the song. Written with Kid Harpoon, Young Strangers is a song about the similarities between two people who have just met, making them relate to each other and realise they're not that strangers anymore. This song beautifully showcases the bands’ innate melodic abilities, creating expansive and intelligent indie pop with an effortless feel. It’s authentic and sincere too, tapping into the themes of their new album, of moving from dark into light. Apart from Henry's gorgeous vocals, I am particularly fond of the driving drum patterns and how they are seamlessly paired with soaring guitars, culminating into a highly anthemic chorus perfect to sing along to. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, frontman Henry Camamile said, 
 Young Strangers’ is about seeing the similarities between two people who have just met. They get talking about their lives, about how they want to prove themselves and find purpose with a desperate need to get out of life’s daily rut. Never met before they realise they’re navigating the same feelings in the world and so are not young strangers anymore.