10" Mini-LP is a Limited Edition of 150 copies **Includes a free digital MP3 download [320 kbps]:open.spotify.com/album/6ar8OTpo9t0Z0jjaBhtewE?si=ci0mH4tIRZaxCDZxQhcdJA
All songs written by Seeing Hands
Performed by Kev Curran, Nick Hodgson,
Jon Varty, Liam Guillan
Tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 produced by Alex Grieves at The Nave, Leeds
Track 3 recorded by Jack Boyle, mixed and mastered by John Elliott at The Loft,
Newcastle upon Tyne
Artwork by Mark Buchanan
"Seeing Hands" (10" vinyl and digital) collects all previous digital singles and adds 2 completely new, unpublished songs, "Colours" and " Sorry". Newcastle dream pop outfit Seeing Hands recorded in their hometown and sparks immediate comparisons to the likes of The War On Drugs and Wild Nothing.
Comprising of Kev Curran (vocals, guitar), Nick Hodgson (lead guitar), Jon Varty (bass) and Liam Guillan (drums), the quartet’s jangly guitars and dreamy vocals have already earned them airplay on Radio... more
released November 26, 2018
"Every weekday, DIY’s new music know-it-all Neu brings you one essential new release to get obsessed with. Today’s Neu Pick comes from Seeing Hands.
Everything’s coming up Newcastle. Well, sort of. Things are looking optimistic for the city’s football club, thanks to Rafa. In Eat Fast, they sport one of the most exciting UK bands in yonks. And now it’s time to add Seeing Hands to the list.
The lounging four-piece are of a dreamier kind to local contemporaries. Gentle guitar lines lift themselves out of a sweet daze, coming off like Real Estate’s stomachs flipping on a fairground ride after a parkside picnic. Sounds tame, but there’s a definite edge to Seeing Hands’ music; a deceptive precision that’s hard to hear in a sea of lovely reverb." (diymag.com
"Seeing Hands have been quietly making waves in Newcastle for some time now, with their shows sparking word of mouth buzz in the city's close-knit musical community.
Debut single 'I Knew You' was recorded in their home town, and it's billed as the first in a series of releases from the dream pop outfit.
It's certainly a succinct and addictive introduction. The vocals pirouette up into the sky, while crystalline synths mingle effortlessly with reverb-drenched guitars.
Softly downbeat and hopelessly beautiful, it's a remarkably composed and assured work for a debut single." (www.clashmusic.com