"Seafood" are a UK band formed in London around 1997.
The current line-up includes chief songwriter David Line (vocals, guitar), Caroline Banks (drums and backing vocals) and Kevin Penney (guitars) who joined the band following the depature of founder-member Charles MacLeod. Bassist and founder member Kevin Hendrick left the group following the recording of their fourth album proper ''Paper Crown King'' in 2006, he has yet to be permanently replaced.
Seafood cite Sonic Youth, the Pixies and Lemonheads as major influences, among others, and have released three albums since their inception plus a mini-album released in 1998
Seafood were formed on August 31st, 1996 by David and Charles, who advertised for a female bassist and male drummer in classified magazine Loot. The line-up turned out differently - a female drummer and male bassist - but, happily, this worked out and Seafood played their first gig at Camden’s Dublin Castle in March, 1997. Seafood were signed to Fierce Panda Records after their fourth gig in London's Highbury Garage. The band claim that they could have been signed at their third gig, had the representative of Fierce Panda not have been too drun...