Seaside’s “Sycamore” Is Sonic Pill For Social Anxiety

Dream pop

Photo: Jeff Andersen Jnr.

Aussie quartet Seaside walked us through social anxiety in their latest single “Sycamore” where the band channel the back-and-forth thought we juggle with when we’re faced with uncomfortable social situations. The track is a therapeutic dream pop piece where the quartet reminds us to see things from a it-is-what-it-is perspective and know that it will all come to an end. The video, filmed by Robert Sherwood, focuses Seaside’s performance flair in simple background where we see the stage chemistry of the four. Watch below:

Comprised of Darcy (vocals, guitar), Froggy (guitar), Tom (bass), and Chris (Drums), Seaside formed in Byron Bay where they started garnering attention for their dream pop sound. The quartet is set to play at Crafted Festival, so don’t miss them:

9/7 – Crafted Festival (Gold Coast, QLD, Australia)