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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This Saturday (3rd) is going to be a busy day!

We’re off to join the fun at the last ever Fieldview Festival (fieldviewfestival.co.uk), where we will be playing the Egyptian Barnzaar stage at 11.45am

After that we head to Oxford to play alongside a whole host of other bands at Irregular Folk (irregularfolk.co.uk). Tickets are still available for this, see the website for details.

If you can’t make either of these, don’t fear as we are also going to be performing 3 live tracks (we recorded last week) and having a chat to Tom Robinson on his BBC6 show from 9pm. We may also make a little announcement about future plans; tune in and have a listen to find out what they are!