Seadog are currently working on their forthcoming second album “Internal Noise” at Bella Union Studios, Brighton. Recordings began deep in the 2020 lockdown and have been expanded upon in the studio with Jack Wolter of Penelope Isles on production duties. The album features Jack Wolter on drums, backing vocals and additional guitars, while sister Lily Wolter, also from Penelope Isles, guests on the record.
The band worked with the engineer Phill Brown to complete their debut album "Cabin Fever Blues", released in 2018. Seadog have had songs played on Amazing Radio and BBC Introducing The South, on which they also performed a live session.
"Tidal Wave ticks all the boxes for me...but above all, it sounds like it's flying and I have a soft spot for songs that sound like they are flying." - Jason Lytle (Grandaddy)
"Really love Tidal Wave, lovely melody and the chorus lifts off so well." - Matthew Caws (Nada Surf)
"Seadog have been quietly working their way into our hearts through a consistent run of tracks released over the last few years. Seadog's home within our hearts is set for many more years to come." - Simon Raymonde (Cocteau Twins/Bella Union)
"Really pretty good and nice voice" - David Crosby