Seazoo @ The Shacklewell Arms | 14/01/15

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High energy indie bugs, Seazoo are releasing new single 'Panda Pains' on Label Fandango, out 19.01.15. We sent Suzy Creamcheese to take a really good look at them through her lense.

Seazoo @ The Shacklewell Arms | 14/01/15

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Seazoo @ The Shacklewell Arms | 14/01/15

High energy indie bugs, Seazoo are releasing new single 'Panda Pains' on Label Fandango, out 19.01.15. We sent Suzy Creamcheese to take a really good look at them through her lense.

Seazoo are indie dance-pop through and through. They combine Belle and Sebastian with shuffling beats, silliness and being Welsh. Their charm is irrepressible. My personal favourite, 'Dog Hotel' layers up with riffs, swirling bass and multiple vocals whereas songs like their upcoming release 'Panda Pains' demonstrates them at their danciest. Their original and intelligent song writing manages to take everything indie that everyone got sick of and make it exciting again.

They're a band that know their sound inside out, and I believe they have so much yet to show us. I only hope that this single release will lead to a full album - I for one would love to spend the best part of an hour in their world.

You can see Seazoo live at the below dates:

20.01.15 - Chester, Telford's Warehouse
10.02.15 - London, The Social (Huw Stephens Presents)
23.04.15 - Wrexham, Focus Wales Festival

 

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