SeaWitches release double A-side Tempest / Skylight

FOLLOWING on from their January single Fatheads, progressive punk quartet SeaWitches are back with a brand new double A-side EP produced by GIT Award winner, Bill Ryder Jones.

Unleashing Tempest / Skylight on 15th July, the foursome recorded the material at Liverpool's Parr Street Studios, maintaining their grooving punk sound, so many adore.

With references to the likes of The Doors and Velvet Underground, their dominance has been explored with a number of factors, more prominently embedded within foreboding bass-line that features on both tracks from Saskia Clapton.

Opening with a quote from Malcolm X, Skylight has a hastening instrumental that compliments front-woman Jo Herring's mystic vocals that stay hand-in-hand with each ripple of bass and every chord from Jamie Jenkin's guitar.

Tempest is slightly more conspicuous and holds great mystery, very much like previous material, SeaWitches encapsulate a dark grit which is effortlessly tied together in a nineties post-punk fashion.


For more information on SeaWitches, click here.

Words Lauren Jones

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