SPRING.FALL.SEA are a band that you need to hear. Expressing a sound that
incorporates post-hardcore, heavy pop and electronica, the hugely energetic
rock trio will release their blistering new EP, Time + Tide, out Friday 6th
September. The Londoners have also just released a stunning new single,

Since forming the band in Thailand’s capital Bangkok in 2015,
SPRING.FALL.SEA have played around 200 shows. This industrious attitude and
strong DIY ethos is symptomatic of the threesome’s approach to their music
and creative output. SPRING.FALL.SEA undertook their first international
tour in 2016, traveling through Germany, Poland, Belgium, France, Austria,
Slovenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Croatia. The trio went on to play a
series of tours in Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand
and Indonesia. In 2017, the band also toured in North America, traveling
10,000 miles across the country, playing 40 US shows. Besides a healthy
appetite for touring, the up-tempo rock crew also have a stellar
discography. The band’s singles have racked up impressive viewing numbers,
and SPRING.FALL.SEA’s previous video, I Realise, reached over 100,000 views
within the first month of its release.

Following last year’s relocation to London, the threesome began work on
their UK debut, Time + Tide. The record was completed in the Spring of 2019
and it’s an absolute gem. Pushing the envelope ever further, the EP has
gargantuan build-ups, epic choruses and engulfing atmospherics that devour
you whole.  Vocalist Alex Ekong discusses the release: “Time + Tide is a
reaction to change in the world around you and the internal turmoil that
comes with it. It’s a realisation that your surroundings, your
relationships, your universe isn’t going to wait for you. Your only option
is to change with it and become the best person you can be.”

With a full UK tour planned for August, the rest of this year promises to be
monumental for the band.

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