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Taking cues from the likes of Yo La Tengo, Courtney Barnett, Pavement and Grandaddy, Wrexham-based Seazoo have secured themselves a steadfast reputation for their off-kilter pop wonders that have garnered them comparisons to indie royalty, plus plenty of acclaim from the likes of NME and bagged them coveted support slots for the likes of IDLES, The Lovely Eggs and Circa Waves, as well as appearances at SXSW, The Great Escape and Green Man.

One listen of recent single Beaten By The Rain, the first release from their upcoming third LP, is a testament to why they’ve so quickly bagged such a brilliant seat at the table of exciting upcoming prospects. The band initially found life as a bedroom-recording outfit by Ben Trow and Llinos Griffiths, before blossoming to a five-piece unit, leaving their lo-fi roots behind in favour of a full-fledged anything-goes sound that is propelled by their impeccable command of melody and the quality craftsmanship of their songwriting, which will find a brilliant home in the iconic Little Buildings on Saturday 19th November, as the final date in a whistle-stop UK tour in preparation for their bold next step.

Seazoo play Little Buildings, Newcastle on Saturday 19th November.


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