SEETHING AKIRA release their emotive new single ‘Lost At Sea’, out now on FiXT
Seething Akira Get “Lost At Sea”
Out Now Via FiXT
Seething Akira takes on a more introspective tone with their new hard-hitting metalcore single “Lost At Sea.” The second chapter within their upcoming third album Nozomi, “Lost At Sea” features thought-provoking lyrics, soaring guitar solo sections, steady rhythms, and fuses synths with a dominating vocal performance for a single that puts hope above all else, questioning the current fear-laden status quo. “Lost At Sea” remains a hard-hitting nu-metal track that personifies everything fans love about the band.
“‘Lost at Sea‘ evaluates the loneliness when all hope has gone, the fear that comes with the feeling that it may never return,” states Seething Akira. “Whilst without the understanding that it’s happening inside ourselves, oblivious to others knowing.”
Explosive. Bombastic. Defiant. Intense. Seething Akira continues to rock on with their gloriously turbulent nu-metal sound towards their next album. Hot off the editorial success of their last album Dysfunctional Wonderland and with a recent appearance at the Heavy Music Awards 2022, upcoming scheduled appearances at TECH-FEST on July 1st, the Hammerdown Festival on August 6, and a recently featured single on the hit Meta Quest VR game Smash Drums with “The Fallen” Seething Akira is not slowing down any time soon. But the question remains, will we be seeing more of the yellow banana shorts?!
“Lost At Sea” is out now from independent multi-genre music label FiXT.
Explosive. Bombastic. Defiant. Intense. Seething Akira have developed a gloriously turbulent sound that is uniquely their own. Founded by vocalists Charlie Bowes and Kit Conrad, Seething Akira are a 6-piece electronic nu-core band hailing from the seafront city of Portsmouth, UK that have been tearing venues apart across Europe with their powerful fusion of genres since 2012.
The band’s first full-length album, Sleepy Skeletor, dropped in 2018 and made it clear that Seething Akira would be a force to be reckoned with in the years to come. In late 2020, the band launched a series of new singles leading up to their second album, the highly anticipated Dysfunctional Wonderland. With the strength of the band’s music and their popularity with fans rocketing skyward, they connected with electronic rock label FiXT and forged a partnership for their future releases.
Seething Akira has been featured on the Rock Hard Spotify editorial list, while their single “Firepower” landed on Kerrang Radio and Scuzz. “I Am The Devil” and “The Islander”
were both featured on BBC Introducing, and “The Islander” premiered on Soundsphere Magazine.
At home and on the road, Seething Akira have also put their stamp on staple festivals such as Bloodstock, Victorious, Camden Rocks, and many more while touring with bands like The Qemists and The Algorithm. The band dropped the latest album Dysfunctional Wonderland in late 2021 and are now releasing new singles in mid 2022 in the build up to their new album.
8th June Download Festival, Donington
17th June 6K Fest, Liege, Belgium
1st July Techfest, Newark Showground, Newark
15th July Dropout Kings, The Joiner Arms, Southampton
31st July, Amplified Festival, Rebellion, Manchester
6th August, Hammerdown Festival, The Venue, Worthing
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