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Sea Girls share video for “unapologetic” new track ‘DNA’

Exclusive: Frontman Henry Camamile says their new track is "an unapologetic expression of being strange"

By Nick Reilly

Sea Girls (Picture: Andrew Cooper)
Sea Girls (Picture: Andrew Cooper)

Sea Girls have returned with the video for new track ‘DNA’, the first to arrive since the release of their second album ‘Homesick’ in March.

The new offering from the group was originally released as a special one off limited edition blue 7″ vinyl for Record Store Day on April 23rd, but has been added to the record as a special bonus track on all DSPs from today due to overwhelming fan demand.

It sees the band leaning into stadium-rock sensibilities as they deliver an ode to the power of being true to yourself, while the video sees frontman Henry Camamile running free in a Swiss field with a stunning mountainous backdrop.

“This track is an unapologetic expression of being strange,” Camamile told Rolling Stone UK.

“Being real to who you are is what links DNA to ‘Homesick’ as the album is tied to belonging and identity. DNA celebrates people who don’t fit the mould. You are who you are and that’s why people love you. If they don’t, fuck it.”

Of the track’s video, he added: ““We shot it in just one take whilst travelling between shows on our latest European tour. Our tour bus was heading over the mountains between Germany and Switzerland, and it just all made sense – we had to film there. I think we managed to stumble upon one of the most beautiful locations on earth!”

In addition to sharing new music, Sea Girls have detailed their UK ‘Hometown Tour’ – which includes a huge show at Alexandra Palace in London this December. Tickets are on general sale here and you can check the tour dates in full below.

November (UK Headline ‘The Hometown Tour’)

Thu 17th                     Nottingham, Rock City

Fri 18th                       Birmingham, O2 Academy 1

Sat 19th                      Glasgow, O2 Academy

Tue 22nd                    Cardiff, University Great Hall

Wed 23rd                   Southampton, O2 Guildhall

Sat 26th                      Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse

Thu 1st                        London, Alexandra Palace