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Sea Cycles Offer a Gorgeous Downtempo Shrug With ‘IDKIDKIDK’

The song comes from the Jacksonville quartet's upcoming 'Ground & Air' album

This Autumn, Jacksonville indie synth-pop quartet Sea Cycles will be releasing their full-length debut, Ground & Air. The latest track they’ve shared from the upcoming album is the lovely “IDKIDKIDK,” which is as sighing as its title but (luckily) not nearly so uncommitted. Turn-of-the-century Radiohead synth waves wash over Yo La Tengo-like guitar bends and a sublimely rolling drum shuffle, tied together with appropriately melancholy vocals. “This song is about uncomfortable moments when two people can communicate angst without words,” the band explains of “IDK.” “Just looks and body language.  It’s something that everyone experiences that really shows that words aren’t our only connectors.”

Check out Sea Cycles’ new song (and upcoming tour dates) below, and look for the band’s premiere LP June 9, courtesy of Other People Records, currently available for pre-order.

Sea Cycles tour dates:
June 19 — Mansfield, OH @ Relax, It’s Just Coffee
June 21 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Peoples Warehouse
June 22 —  Richmond, VA @ Houdan House
June 24 — Brooklyn, NY @ Kings County Saloon
June 25 — Portsmouth, NH @ The Red Door
June 26 — Worcester, MA @ Distant Castle
June 27 — Montreal, QC @ Turbohaus
June 28 — Toronto, ON @ The Smiling Buddha
June 30 — Grand Rapids, MI @ The Quad
July 1 — Kalamazoo, IN @ No Fun House
July 2 — Chicago, IL @ The Abbey
July 3 — Urbana, IL @ Audiofeed
July 4 — Dayton, OH @ Blind Bobs
July 5 — Columbus, OH @ Brothers Drake

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