26 Apr, 2018
Welsh indie pop maestros Seazoo released their debut album TRUNKS early 2018. Fresh from supporting psychedelic punk rockers The Lovely Eggs on their UK tour, alongside sharing bills with Peace and IDLES in recent months, the band’s latest release further builds anticipation for their debut record with the influences of acts including Grandaddy, Super Furry Animals and Yo La Tengo shining through once more. Extensive support across the radio airwaves from Huw Stephens (BBC Radio 1), Steve Lamacq, Cerys Matthews, Chris Hawkins, Lauren Laverne and Radcliffe & Maconie (BBC 6 Music), alongside widespread critical acclaim (DIY, The Line Of Best Fit, Q Magazine), leaves the five-piece well-placed going into what promises to be an exciting 2018/2019
'Seazoo mash together some manic axes, some wah-wah-ing all over the shop and some recalling '90s grunge, thumping basslines, theremin-y synths, big beats, andcrystal-clear vocals. It's a haywire piece of pop gold that will ensnare your heart on first listen.' THE LINE OF BEST FIT.
'This is thoughtful, proper and smart pop (with a wonderful twist of the abstract) in the spirit of Yo La Tengo and Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci.' - LOUDER THAN WAR
'The single, Dog Hotel, is a brilliant cross section of the band: lovely naughties guitar, touches of atonality, group vocals, bullfrog-mating-call bass line and spaced-out synths.' - ARTROCKER