Sea Stacks is the creation of Davy Berryman; combining orchestral instrumentations to create wind and string-strafed indie music that produces spine-tingling moments of beauty interwoven with a distinctly dark, sinister tone of lyrics.

Starting with just a handful of songs and a studio, Davy set out with only one rule, mostly unbroken: that there would be no guitars or pianos used.

Following a string of singles, including the critically acclaimed "The High Tide", Sea Stacks are currently working on their first full-length album.

Live, Sea Stacks perform as an eight-piece, featuring string-quartet, double bass, flute, drums and a harmonium.

"Music of
startling vigour
and freshness"
Tom Robinson






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Well, last week was fun!

Those of you with your eyes on our Facebook and Twitter pages will have noticed we took a trip to BBC6 music to record a live session for Tom Robinson. We did three tracks, which will go on air along with an interview with Davy on 3rd Aug. 

And on Saturday saw us head to Hertfordshire for FARR Festival. 

Our next gigs are both on 3rd Aug:

in the afternoon we are at Fieldview Festival: www.fieldviewfestival.co.uk

and in the evening we’re in Oxford for Irregular Folk: www.irregularfolk.co.uk

Tickets are available for both of those gigs via the websites.