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Sea Girls band members who met at school in Rutland discuss impact of returning home on band's second album Homesick



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The lead singer of a band has discussed how returning home during lockdown influenced his songwriting as the band’s new album is released.

Henry Camamile, lead singer of the indie rock band Sea Girls, has told the story of how coming back to Grantham for the first lockdown influenced the creation of the band’s upcoming second album ‘Homesick’, which was released earlier this month.

After meeting fellow band mates, Rory Young, Andrew Dawson and Oli Khan, at secondary school in Rutland, Sea Girls released their first single ‘Call Me Out’ in 2017, before completing their debut album ‘Open Up Your Head’, which came out in August 2020.



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