Aquamarine marsupial blues infused rock band Sea Mouse have announced their upcoming album ‘Tropical Fish’ along with the news that they are hitting the road over the summer playing nine shows across Aotearoa, celebrating the unleashing of their record on the world, playing a hometown show on January 31st at Meow on release day.
The tour will see the band return to the old favourite centres, as well as embarking into unknown waters, and includes a special double headline in Dunedin with fellow Wellington band Mermaidens on Valentine’s Day.
The band’s freshly squeezed, slow grooving title track ‘Tropical Fish’ makes clear what all the fuss is about, celebrating Sea Mouse’s gritty and psychedelia infused take on garage rock, and celebrating the unrelenting vigour with which vocalist and frontman Seamus Johnson writes.
Sea Mouse delivers a punch-packing, viciously high energy live show, and a brilliant translation of the record from the turntable to stage. The new 11 track record ‘Tropical Fish’, (also featuring window shattering crowd favourite ‘Rutherfords’) is the band’s first full release since 2017 and is coming live to a town near you this summer.