Sea Girls have announced a run of UK and Ireland dates for later this year.

The band will be playing a run of shows across in support of their forthcoming album ‘Midnight Butterflies’ in the autumn, which includes a huge show at Brixton Academy.

The London indie rockers will be making stops in Sheffield, Newcastle, Manchester, Glasgow, Nottingham, London, Cardiff, Portsmouth, Norwich, Birmingham, Liverpool, Dublin and Belfast.

Tickets will go on sale next Friday (May 3) – you can see the full list of dates below and buy your tickets here.

LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 20: Henry Camamile of Sea Girls performs at KOKO on March 20, 2024 in London, England. (Photo by Burak Cingi/Redferns)

26 – Sheffield, Octagon
27 – Newcastle, City Hall
28 – Manchester, O2 Apollo
29 – Glasgow, O2 Academy

1 – Nottingham, Rock City
3 – London, O2 Academy Brixton
4 – Cardiff, Tramshed
6 – Portsmouth, Guildhall
7 – Norwich, LCR
8 – Birmingham, O2 Academy
9 – Liverpool, Mountford Hall
11 – Dublin, Academy
12 – Belfast, Limelight


‘Midnight Butterflies’ will be released on June 14 via their new independent label Alt. Records and is described in a press release as being centred around “melodic joy” and “pop perfection”. It follows 2020’s ‘Open Up Your Head’ and 2022’s ‘Homesick’.

“It feels and sounds like a fledgling band making their energetic untainted debut record. It’s super optimistic and euphoric,” said frontman Henry Camamile of the album.

“There was a huge freedom in making this record. It’s an exciting time for music across genres, and who wouldn’t want to be a part of that?”

The forthcoming album comes after a huge year for Sea Girls in 2023. This included a milestone headline show at Alexandra Palace and a support slot with Louis Tomlinson at his gig at London’s O2.


In the latter half of last year they also shared details of an upcoming run of headline shows in the UK and Australia, as part of the ‘Young Strangers’ tour. These include stops in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane later this month, followed by eight shows across the UK and Ireland in the Spring. Visit here for remaining tickets to UK shows.