Sea Pinks Reveal Video For "Depth of Field" – new album Soft Days out on 8 January

Sea Pinks Reveal Video For "Depth of Field" – new album Soft Days out on 8 January

Reveal Video for “Depth Of Field” via DIY

Watch “Depth of Field” here below

New Album Soft Days due out on 8 January

Pre-order here: https://seapinks.bandcamp.com/album/soft-days

Today Sea Pinks share their new video for Depth of Field. The track is taken from their forthcoming album Soft Days, which is due for release in January 2016 via CF Records. Rich in natural imagery and autumn colour, “Depth of Field” twists and turns on the super melodic guitar line of the verse and a lush, dreamy chorus extolling the virtues of uncertainty. The video was premiered on DIY who said: “Part-Real Estate drifting ease…There’s a fizz and fire defining their every step, but it’s tamed by this constant desire to explore.”

 

Watch “Depth of Field” here (feel free to share!)

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.

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’sDreaming 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.

“Akin to The Go-Betweens if they were born in a slightly colder climate.” Clash

 

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Sea Pinks Reveal Video For "Depth of Field" – new album Soft Days out on 8 January