It’s not often you come across an all-girl indie pop band but The Seamonsters definitely know how to rock that scene. The Sheffield formed six-piece are without a doubt a band of the future. The rising stars let off a strong vibe of feminism in their music with pretty glitter and girl-power being their signature marks, and their debut single ‘Lost (and Found)’, released today, certainly proves to keep in with that style.
The tune had me hooked from the get go with the opening synth refrain, leading in the beat a layering of distorted guitar and snappy drums stamp out a grooving rhythm that eventually meets Naomi Mann’s luring vocals. When we hit the chorus, the tempo softens to reveal a calm and more dynamic approach to their songcraft. The song flows beautifully, giving off a sugary tang of indie rock amongst a euphonious and mellow aura of carefree pop.
This is the perfect soundtrack for your summer playlist, and with the girls set to play multiple shows across the UK over the coming months, word of The Seamonsters is undoubtedly going to spread.
The Seamonsters will play Sheffield’s Leadmill tonight in celebration of their debut single ‘Lost (and Found)’. Tickets are free if you RSVP here.