Band releases ocean-themed song to support environmental charity


A West Leeds pop-folk collective called Sea’s Cape have been inspired to record an original uplifting song called ‘Ocean Floor’ to raise money for an environmental charity.

The band members live in Pudsey and West Leeds and comprise music producer and musician Spencer Bayles, musician Nicky Bray and Emma Gatherer, singer and former member of Leeds Sea Shanty group ‘Ocean Loiners’.

The group’s enthusiasm for all things sea-related is long-standing and Emma even sang centre-stage with her sea shanty band friends at Withernsea Pirate Festival in 2012.

SEA’s Cape’s ‘Ocean Floor’ has been recorded over several weeks with elements of social distancing at times, plus squeezing the project in around day jobs.

Sea’s Cape hope their resulting catchy pop song folk undertones will inspire enough interest to raise funds for and awareness of the Marine Conservation Society

The Society campaigns and takes action for a cleaner, better protected ocean, to care for coastal habitats and raise awareness of the challenges of Climate Change on our oceans.

The fundraiser coincides with general heightened awareness of climate change and environmental action and you can show your support by donating at the Just giving page:  Emma Gatherer is fundraising for Marine Conservation Society ( or purchasing the song at band camp: Ocean Floor – fundraiser for Marine Conservation Society | Sea’s Cape | Sea’s cape (

All proceeds will go to the charity.


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