Off the back of cementing their second Top 3 record in a row, Sea Girls waste no time in delivering another slice of guitar-driven pop brilliance with brand new single ‘DNA’

SEA GIRLS is a band I’ve covered the most since launching the Keep Walking Music blog. From writing some of our favorite songs within the last years while simultaneously collecting millions of streams from listeners all around the globe, it would seem the band would eventually start to fill the pressure—and while we’re not meaning the musicians don’t feel any pressure within their creative process—one thing is for sure… SEA GIRLS continue to hold a level of quality and integrity within their work that never loses its magic.

“We felt that there was another story to tell from the Homesick era, an itch that DNA scratches,” says frontman Henry Camamile. “This track is a monumental celebration of being strange. It ponders belonging and identity. DNA celebrates people who don’t fit in. You are who you are and that’s why people love you”

We’re excited to share this one with you and we’re confident you’ll love it just as much as we do. Check it out for yourself and let us know what you think down below. Don’t forget to connect with SEA GIRLS to stay up to date and enjoy!  

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