After forming in Sudbury in 2013, spirited folk-rockers Sea Perry wasted no time in releasing a promising debut EP Why The Folk Not. They have big plans for 2015, promising to return to the studio in early March to record their first full-length album (it's being Pledgefunded), followed by both national and international touring. Until then they'll keep fans happy with new track "Molly's Shoes". It has that kind of boisterous hand-clapping feel of kindred spirits like Mumford and Sons and The Strumbellas (a group for whom they've opened). It's a tune sure to go down a treat live.