Seaside overcome social anxiety on new indie-pop single, ‘Sycamore’

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Byron Bay dream-pop quartet Seaside explain the significance of overcoming social anxiety on new single, ‘Sycamore’.

Lead vocalist Darcy Dexter’s experiences with self-doubt were used as inspiration for the track. Darcy explains: 

“Life can put you in positions that make us uncomfortable,

“The line “Ghosts in my house” is a metaphor for allowing something/some situation to weave itself into the wires of your mind, leaving them tangled, making us feel like we’re being forced to explain ourselves”.

The track produced by Dylan Nash features an upbeat melody paired with undeniably charismatic energy.

Formed in 2016, Seaside are touring through Australia with Good Doogs at the moment, so make sure you don’t miss them.

Seaside have completely smashed it with their catchy new piece of indie-pop. Listen to ‘Sycamore’ below.

Tour Dates:

JUNE 6 | Lion Arts Factory | Adelaide

JUNE 8 | Stay Gold | Melbourne

JUNE 14 | The Lansdowne | Sydney

JUNE 15 | Brightside | Brisbane

JUNE 21 | Northern | Byron Bay