The band formed in 1992 in London, England, with guitarist Mark Clifford, Mark Van Hoen (bass) drummer Justin Fletcher and vocalist Sarah Peacock. The first EP was recorded before the band was signed, and during this, Mark Van Hoen was replaced by Daren Seymour on bass. They released their first EPs and first album on the British independent label Too Pure in 1993. The band's music was stylistically situated at the intersection of dream pop/shoegaze and ambient techno/IDM. The band signed with IDM label Warp Records in 1994, after which point Seefeel's music became darker and more minimal. The music became less collaborative within the group after the move to Warp, as is made evident by the similarities between the 2nd Seefeel album Succour, and subsequent Mark Clifford solo releases. The band ceased making music as Seefeel in 1996, and also performed their last live concert in 1997 alongside Boards of Canada. Members of Seefeel have continued to release new material under different aliases and projects.
All the tracks in this stream are from the album "Quique"
"Quique" is the 1993 debut album by British experimental rock/ambient music band Seefeel. It was released on CD, cassette, and clear-vinyl double LP. The songs on it were all instrumental, except for occassional inclusion of Sarah Peacock's wordless vocals, primarily on tracks such as "Industrious" and "Charlotte's Mouth."