Sea Bed – Haunted review

A few weeks ago we checked out Caves, the first offering off the forth coming Rosso EP from Sea Bed. Their follow up track to this, Haunted, is just as captivating as their previous single, and combined the pair of tracks line the band up for an immense impact with their debut EP, due out on April 6th via DEPF records. Have a listen to Caves below, and read up on what we made of it here.

For anyone unfamiliar with musical duo Sea Bed, the pair specialise in electronica music with a twist; with one hand they’ve a musical instrument, and in the other, an array of tech equipment. Brighton based Lizzie Massey (vocals/bass) and Jim Corbin (guitar/programming) meshed together in their local eclectic electronic music scene, joining forces to form Sea Bed in 2014.

Quieter and more understated than CavesHaunted is vaguely reminiscent of Avicii’s Silhouettes, with a splash of chilled-out Nero thrown in. Lizzie’s vocals are nothing short of captivating, though by the time the spoken word cuts through the music, it edges on something more sinister than vaguely melancholic. Working well as either a chilled out afternoon track or one to warm you up for the evening, Haunted is a perfect Saturday song. Check it out below.

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