Welsh five-piece Seazoo have been self-recording their sounds between a decommissioned nuclear bunker and a spare room in their hometown of Wrexham since 2013. It is bedroom pop-rock at its best: chock full of jaunty harmonies, wonky keys and melodic riffs. Channeling the American indie rock of Pavement and Grandaddy with the off-kilter, wonky pop of fellow Welsh natives Super Furry Animals, their songs quickly found an audience through airplay on BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music and BBC Radio Wales.
At the beginning of 2018, Seazoo self-released their debut album, Trunks, which was also recorded at home and mixed by Mike Collins at Big Jelly Studios. We can’t wait to hear more.