The Seal Cub Clubbing Club (The SCCC) formed in 2004 on the Wirral Peninsula of Northwest England with the intention of playing a few gigs and writing a few songs about their lives and books they liked with drums and electronic instrumentation. They did some recording too, releasing a single ‘Why Don’t You Fix It?’ on a label they invented called Boon (e) Records. After signing to Nomadic Publishing the album was made and then in 2008 Jack to Phono Records agreed to release the eagerly awaited Super Science Fiction.
In the shortest time since they first came together on the Wirral Peninsual, this enigmatic Liverpool 5 piece have been on tour with The Fall, British Sea Power, Field Music, Black Wire, Brakes (twice) Idiot Pilot and Juliette Lewis enjoyed support from the likes of Steve Lamacq, who brought them in for interview on his BBC 6 Music radio show and played Glastonbury 2008.
The SCCC will be unleashing exclusive new material for the first time off their forthcoming second album at TWITGIGS!
Off the back of T in the Park this July, The SCCC will be at The Twitgigs Experiment battling for your votes on 6 August.
1. The Seal Cub Clubbing Club – Made of Magic
2. The Seal Cub Clubbing Club – Charity
3. The Seal Cub Clubbing Club – May
A video for The Seal Cub Clubbing Club track “Dawn Lamb”, shot by Martin Mcquade in Liverpool 2009.