Album Alert: Sea Girls’ EP ‘Under Exit Lights’ Is Out Now

A record born out of late nocturnal self-discovery

Photo: Parri Thomas

UK Sea Girls have released their highly anticipated EP Under Exit Lights today, a collection of six songs that are born out of late-night endeavors, the mornings after, and self-growth (which involves lots of existential epiphanies and tortures). It’s an indie rock record that is fueled with youthful energy and at the same time, the anxieties and emotional struggles that we learn to juggle:

“The lyrics for these songs draw their soul from my life of late nights and the mornings after – about being young and going out a lot,” frontman Henry Camamile explained. “It involves dark thoughts, anxiety, but ends in hope, positivity and optimism.”

Sea Girls will kick off their sold out headline tour befoe hitting festival stages:


April 16       BIRMINGHAM, O2 Institute     SOLD OUT

April 17        MANCHESTER, O2 Ritz       SOLD OUT

April 18       GLASGOW, The Garage    SOLD OUT

April 23       LONDON, The Roundhouse          SOLD OUT


May 24 WARRINGTON, Neighbourhood Weekender

June 19 HOLLAND, Pinkpop Festival

July 3 POLAND, Open’er Festival

July 8 SPAIN, Mad Cool Festival

July 10 PORTUGAL, NOS Alive

July 12 SCOTLAND, TRSNMT Festival

Aug 28 UK, Reading Festival

Aug 28 UK, Leeds Festival