Sea Girls - 'Damage Done'

Sea Girls celebrate the announcement of their biggest headline tour to date with the release of their latest single ‘Damage Done’.

2019 has already been quite the year for this band having been named on the BBC’s Sound of 2019 list, but it has taken another massive step with the announcement of signing a record deal with Polydor Records. Sea Girls have built their following with their ear worm anthems but also through their electric live shows, with festival slots across the continent lined up for the summer before their biggest headline tour coming in the Autumn, which includes a night at the O2 Forum Kentish Town.

Debuting once again as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record, ‘Damage Done’ is yet another euphoric guitar anthem which packs an emotional punch as Henry Camamile looks back at his past. Seemingly aimed at an anonymous person, Camamile states in his lyrics that they’re not the ‘inspiration’ for this track and is seemingly therapeutic for Camamile as he accepts that part of his past was ok to be “flawed” and is now “free” to live the rest of his life.

‘Damage Done’ is another example of Sea Girls’ step into more mature songwriting, and continues to bode well for what will be a great future for this four-piece.

Words of Danial Kennedy

‘Damage Done’ is available now on all major streaming platforms and Sea Girls will kick off their headline Tour at Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms on October 2nd.