Announcing their biggest tour to date, Sea Girls will be hitting the road this October.

Sea Girls will embark on their biggest tour to date this October spanning across 10 of the UK’s best cities.

The news comes after the release of their latest single ‘Open Up Your Head’ and their nomination in the highly prestigious BBC Sound Of poll earlier this year, including a series of sold-out shows across the country in February.

Having wowed tens of thousands of fans across the UK in the past 18 months with their euphoric sky-scraping indie-pop anthems, and fast gathering a reputation as the band to watch for 2019 it’s no surprise their biggest tour to date will see them appear the 02 Forum Kentish Town this October.

All shows listed are suitable for ages 14+ except for London, Leicester and Liverpool which are 8+, with a bonus of Manchester and Southhampton being All Ages.

With three EPs and a plethora of instant fan favourites under their belts, the band are also heading out for a busy summer this festival season across the UK and mainland Europe. By the time the band start their Autumn tour, they will have played to over 190,ooo people worldwide.

Live dates are as below:

4th – Live At Leeds @ Refectory, Leeds
25th – Neighborhood Weekender, Manchester

30th – Community Festival, London

6th –  Barn On The Farm, Gloucestershire
12th – Castlefield Bowl, Manchester (supporting The Kooks)
14th – TRNSMT Festival, Glasgow
19th – Tramlines Festival, Sheffield
25th – Kendal Calling, Cumbria
26th – Standon Calling, Hertfordshire
27th – Y Not Festival, Derbyshire
28th – Truck Festival, Oxfordshire

10th – Boardmasters Festival, Cornwall
23rd – Reading Festival, BBC Radio 1 Stage
24th – Leeds Festival, BBC Radio 1 Stage

1st – Electric Picnic Festival, Ireland

Headline Tour
2nd – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
3rd – The Fleece, Bristol
4th- The Loft, Southampton
10th – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
11th – O2 Academy 2, Leicester
16th – The Welly, Hull
17th – Academy 2, Manchester
18th – O2 Academy 2, Liverpool
19th – The Sugarmill, Stoke