Seal Pup is a gaze-wave quartet from England.
My apologies to everyone concerned as this has been sitting in my inbox for a few days now and although it is the 27th of February as I type, it won’t be until the 6th of March that this will be published.
Their first couple of songs have surfaced recently, one more challenging to engage with than the other and as you will already have identified the track I select as a reference point and introduction is the more complex.
Long Nights minds me of skimming stones across a still body of water with the output radiating of the ripples from each ‘step’ as they collide with each other forming their own reverberations whilst the stone skitters until it has sunk and so the music flows from an opening spaciousness to a middle section of hive and activity prior to gradually descending in to silence and a still pond once more.
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