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Seba Safe
The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham – 26th July 2023 Limited advance tickets available

Advance tickets available on-line

In celebration of the release of his new EP, ‘Rainy’, talented songwriter Seba Safe is embarking on a UK-wide tour, which will see him stop off at Birmingham’s iconic intimate music venue, The Sunflower Lounge, on 26th July.

Seba Safe, who originates from Galway, is making waves in the thriving Irish music scene. With a unique blend of pop, folk, indie, and R’n’B, his music captures raw emotions and introspective themes of personal relationships, love, loss, and change.

The new EP, titled ‘Rainy’, delves into a variety of themes inspired by the global quarantine. Building upon his folk roots, Seba Safe presents a collection of rich and ethereal songs.

The EP includes the enchanting track “Oblivion,” a tale of forbidden desire, and “Afterlife,” a contemplation of loneliness with a slow R’n’B-infused beat. “On My Way” is a deeply personal song that reflects on Irish roots and the emigration of young people, incorporating the poignant chorus phrase, “Oró, Sé Do Bheatha ‘Bhaile,” meaning “welcome home” in Irish.

Interestingly, the EP’s title track, “Rainy,” exudes a summery sound with a captivating rhythm and the recurring refrain, “have a rainy day.” Seba Safe’s music promises to captivate and leave a lasting impression on listeners. The Rainy EP was recorded in producer Duncan Mills’ (Florence and The Machine, Jake Bugg and Jamie Callum) studio in London Fields last summer.

His brand-new EP ‘Rainy’ is out now, along with a music video for the title track. Check it out here:

Seba Safe – Rainy

Joining the line-up on Wednesday, 26th July, is Patrick James, who has been dubbed as ‘Australia’s answer to James Bay’. Birmingham-based solo artists Velrissa, who blends punk and folk, and Ellie Kelly, who presents haunting songwriting and vocals, will also be performing on the night.

Advance tickets available on-line

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