Sea Bed – Caves review

There’s been a real thing in the past few years among the emergence of musical duos, with their slight twist on a well used genre – take The XX, Disclosure or Sam and the Womp as perfect examples. Now let’s introduce you to another pair set to follow suit in this line of mixing things up; Sea Bed. With your bog standard band instrument in one hand and tech equipment in the other, Lizzie Massey (vocals/bass) and Jim Corbin (guitar/programming) meshed together in the electric Brighton electronic music scene, joining forces to form Sea Bed in 2014.

Caves is the band’s first offering off their debut EP, Rosso, to be released on April 6th via DEPF Records. The track, which you can check out below, received its premiere on Complex UK earlier this month, already racking up several hundred plays on SoundCloud. It’s a track that instantly sounds like it’d be in its element on Danny Howard’s BBC Radio 1 show, electric pops layering up with the rawer sound of bass and guitar, honing in on an addictive chorus that makes you want to dance as much as it makes you want to keep it on repeat.

This indie dance anthem will be set to take clubs by storm this year, and with their upcoming EP, it looks to be a promising year for Sea Bed.

Check out Caves below.

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