Reveal video for new single “Yr Horoscope”
Taken from new album Soft Days
WATCH: Video for “Yr Horoscope” by Sea Pinks here
LIVE: Friday 12 March – The Shacklewell Arms (Scared to Dance Club with The Leaf Library and Young Romance)
Belfast trio Sea Pinks share the video for their latest single “Yr Horoscope“, directed by their very own bass player Steven Henry. The clip was premiered by NME who said: “It’s a spidery, blissful lament, and its beauty lies in its simplicity.”
Sea Pinks head to London for a headline date at The Shacklewell Arms on Friday, 12 February.
Sea Pinks are a three piece from Belfast featuring Neil Brogan (ex-Girls Names, CRUISING) on guitar and vocals, Steven Henry (Documenta) on bass and Davey Agnew (Newton Forest FC) on drums. Their new albumSoft Days is out now via CF Records.
From it’s drone laden opening minute Soft Days confounds the listener and consolidates the trio as one of the most distinctive guitar bands around right now. “It feels like a new band” says singer/guitarist Neil Brogan. “This is the first record that was written and conceived with a three piece line up in mind. I think it’s a tighter, more cohesive record as a result.” Soft Days is the band’s second full length studio record, following on from 2014’s Dreaming Tracks and three previous DIY albums on which Brogan played virtually everything himself. It’s a snapshot of a band growing in confidence and hitting it’s stride as a three piece. It’s also thrillingly eclectic, cherry picking genres with magpie abandon.
Over it’s thirty-nine minutes Soft Days is an album that holds the listener from the outset and showcases a band hitting the sweet spot while making it sound easy. It’s the best Sea Pinks record yet, no mean feat.
“A genuine joy.” Q 4*s
“Terrific… sounds a lot like My Morning Jacket covering The Smiths.” Uncut
“Akin to The Go-Betweens if they were born in a slightly colder climate.” Clash
“Take all the best aspects of outsider pop from the last decades and you’ve got Soft Days.” London in Stereo
“A classic pop album – no bombast or synthetic emotion here but plenty of lilting psych and bittersweet lyrics to melt your heart.” Louder than War