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Video premiere: See Gulls' "You Can't See Me"

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There are lots of firsts for new bands: first show, first record, first music video. Durham outfit See Gulls just checked off the last one, premiering the video for "You Can't See Me." Sarah Fuller fronts the punchy rock foursome, with Maria Albani on drums. The band recently shifted its lineup around after guitarist Jacki Huntington (who appears in the video) moved to Brooklyn, making room for Duncan Webster and Leah Gibson on guitar and bass, respectively.

The video was directed by Nikhil Shah and is a fun and slightly spooky play on the song's title, "You Can't See Me." You can check out the video below and catch them live at Local 506 tomorrow (June 12) with Speedy Ortiz and Whatever Brains. In the meantime, the band's working on finishing up a new EP that they hope to have out later this summer.

See Gulls, "You Can't See Me"

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