Sea Girls share cover of ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ for Valentine’s Day


Sea Girls release their emotive cover of the 2018 hit ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ by pop queen Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson in time for Valentine’s Day.

First unveiled as an Amazon Original, this exquisite cover now gets its full release and is track dedicated by the band to to their fans.

Singer Henry Camamile was inspired to cover the track due to its impeccable storytelling – himself being driven by an obsession for writing lyrics and a love of brilliant songwriters including the likes of Arcade Fire & Bloc Party, to Amy Winehouse & Vampire Weekend.

Speaking about the cover Henry comments; “The first time I heard it was when we were on our tour bus driving through Belgium in the middle of the night to play a festival in Germany the next day. I couldn’t stop playing it for the next 24 hours. It just sounds like a classic. “We live and die by pretty lies” the lyrics are just infectious, tells a great story, you know?”

Listen to ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ by Sea Girls on the Official Fantasy Premier League playlist on Spotify.

The original version, self-described by Ronson as a ‘sad banger’, has been given an extra injection of emotion via Henry’s distinct heart-wrenching vocal display. “We’re really proud of how it’s turned out and hopefully I’ve done Miley justice in the vocal delivery.”

With all things on track, Sea Girls will head out on their biggest UK and European tour to date rescheduled for Autumn 2021, including a sold out night at London’s O2 Academy Brixton. Having released their much anticipated debut album with UK #3 chart success in August whilst lassoed by a lockdown has not deterred the band’s determination for the future.

“The first shows will be one big madhouse.” The band laments. “We will cry, the audience will cry and we will shed tears together”.

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