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Tip of The Week: Seasfire - Falling

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Lynda Davies Lynda Davies | 11:40 UK time, Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Seasfire draw on their hometown of Bristol's rich heritage of trip hop and boundary-crossing music to produce melancholy songs full of love and loss.

Combining James Blake-esque beats with the intensity of Burial and the heart-wrenching lyrical sensibilities of Jeff Buckley; Josh, James, Joe and David write songs '...about the dead end relationships they've been in and the general feeling of hopelessness in unemployment - with too much time on their hands and dreaming of escape.'

Debut single Falling has already been played by Rob Da Bank and recently the band did a hauntingly beautiful session for Steve Lamacq at Maida Vale. This is 3am music that deserves around-the-clock attention.

 

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