It has been over a year since the Australian indie-synth band Sea Legs last featured.
Within the past nine hours they have revealed their latest track. Although written a while ago Mystery Hour is a song they haven’t previously recorded.
The combinations of electronics and instrumentation allow Sea Legs to deliver an approaching four minute composition which is woven in layers of textures as though shifting sands on a beach with commensurate changes in tempo and shape.
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The Australian indie-synth band Sea Legs are to release the EP Daddy’s Girl on the 23rd.
Every track that Sea Legs releases has a new twist to it and Why Don’t We Go Out Tonight, which is from the EP, is no exception.
A shift in emphasis, which the vocal handles deftly, finds mainstream rock guitar riffs blazon across the room as a pulverising percussion chases along Why Don’t We Go Out Tonight and the synth, rather than setting the structure, cleverly takes back stage, as though an athlete struggling to keep up with the pace, before delightfully emerging to the forefront to dance around at the head of the pack as though indicating – keep up lads.
I haven’t heard the rest of the Daddy’s Girl, but if this is anything to go by, will be well worth adding to the collection.
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The Australian indie-synth band Sea Legs were initially introduced in January 2013.
Sea Legs – Photo Credit – Josh Riesel @ Speaker TV
Plans are a foot for their second EP to be released later this year. Taken from the release – Witches Have Friends.
Witches Have Friends – Single – Sea Legs is available on iTunes.*
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Sea Legs is a band from Australia who were initially looked at early last year.
A new track – Christopher Strong has been made available for free download.
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