Sea Bed – Young

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Sea Bed are Lizzie Massey (vocals, bass, keyboards, programming) and Jim Corbin (guitars, keyboards, programming) from Brighton who are set to release their brand new single ‘Young’ released 17th June 2016 via Four Thieves Records.

It’s been a busy few months playing live shows at The Great Escape and IMS Ibiza, since the duo’s debut EP ‘Moving Ghosts’ release with the title track appearing on Spotify’s Fresh Finds. Airplay support has come from Radio 1’s Annie Mac and more recently Huw Stephens and Seabed will be making a well-deserved appearance at Glastonbury this year on the BBC Introducing Stage.

Influenced by classic R&B, disco and techno, ‘Young’ is another slice of dreamy tech synth-heaven perfectly showcasing Lizzie’s soulful vocals. The band describe their new single as being “… about the concept of meeting someone who opens your mind, and shows you different perspectives on life, with all it’s mystery and duality – and about the moments of nostalgia as you remember how much of a catalyst for growth that person was for you. Ultimately as we grow older we are not remembered by what we said or what we did, but by how we have made people feel.”

The duo met several years ago and connected over their love of classic songs and producers like New Order and Massive Attack, and also seminal Detroit techno producers like Carl Craig and Derrick May.

You can catch Seabed live in the following dates:

25th June 2016 – Glastonbury- BBC Introducing Stage
22nd/ 23rd July 2016- Secret Garden Party
29th July 2016 – Club NME@ Koko (with Chimes)

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