Single Review: Lost (and Found), The Seamonsters


The Seamonsters are an ‘all-girl six-piece’ from Sheffield, who formed back in 2013. The band deliver fresh indie pop with their added glittery sparkle. Over the last few years, the six piece, has released a series of demo tracks (including Sunshine Criminal and Afraid of Heights) which have really given an insight into what they have to offer; flair, style and an all round dreamy nature. The Seamonsters have been compared to the likes of Wolf Alice, Black Honey and The Wombats. The outfit of 18 year-olds have become one of the hottest bands in Sheffield at the moment, following performances at Outlines and Tramlines along with a series of support slots for VANT, Trash, Bayonet and St Petersburg. Consisting of Holly Thompson, Naomi Mann, Ciara Hurding, Ella Taylor, Lauren Smith and Tassie Drobinski.

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On Friday (13th April), the Sheffield band dropped their debut single, Lost (and Found). A huge improvement since their demos, this debut brings a refined and polished hit. The track opens with a huge riff and hard-hitting drums, before slowing down and dreamy vocals (delivered by Naomi) glide across the catchy tune. The track also builds into a huge chorus, with glorious licks and riffs and ‘You’re so lost and found’ echoing throughout the track. Clocking in at almost five minutes, this is no superficial track, this track is a statement of what The Seamonsters are about. The girls from Sheffield have delivered a huge ray of sunshine and glittery goodness which will cure your April Blues and gear you up for the forthcoming summer.


This lot are definitely one to watch. Watch this space as they prepare to explode and showcase their live show to the rest of the UK.

Listen to the track below:


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