Swedish indiepop quintet mark 2015 as phase one in World Domination
Swaths of synth, feedback and piano wash over you. Euphoria fills builds and then BAM you’re brought back down to earth by a powerful, but emotional and tender vocal. This is exactly how debut single from Seaside Heights makes you feel.
Forming in 2012 in Gothenburg this indie pop quintet has taken the country by storm. Recently winning a poll of the most exciting unsigned act on P3 (think BBC Introducing and you’re close) they are gearing up to make 2015 a year to remember.
Sounding like a mixture of Bombay Bicycle Club, the Killers and the National their brand of indie pop is second to one. As the Sun is out what better way to spend your lunch or afternoon than listening to Turnover and thinking of a Summer filled with music like this.
Rumour has it that there is an album in the not too distant future. But before its release let’s revel in this four minute anthemic pop masterclass.