Indie rockers Sea Girls the latest band to move live dates to 2021

“We want to be playing shows as soon as possible but it looks like it is still not gonna be safe to do this for the big dates on our Autumn tour,” admits  Sea Girls frontman Henry Camamile.

Like so many other bands, the band are now reluctantly pushing autumn 2020 dates into the New Year.

“In consultation with our team, we have rescheduled the November dates to April 2021. It will come around soon and we’ll make up for it at these shows,” he says.

Hot on the heels of a Top 3 debut album, Open Up Your Head,  the band have announced new gigs for 2021 plus rescheduled UK headline tour dates to April and May 2021. The tour includes sold out nights at London O2 Academy Brixton, Glasgow Barrowland, Manchester Academy 1 and more, as well as huge extra Academy dates in Liverpool, Newcastle, Leicester, Sheffield, Oxford, Portsmouth, Leeds and Cambridge.

However for the time being, sold out intimate album launch shows for November 20 and January 21 remain unchanged and tickets remain valid.  

“We started this band because we all love music. No way did we expect to have so many amazing people connect with our debut record and for it to enter the album charts at Number 3. We are so grateful and touched. Being amongst other guitar music in the Top 10 makes us smile and feels like it definitely ain’t dead. It’s been a lifeline that we could still chat to our fans and release music during lockdown.”