Seely was an Atlanta dream pop band that lasted from the mid-1990s through early 2000s. Consisting of guitarists Steven Satterfield and Lori Scacco, bassist Joy Waters, and drummer Eric Taylor, Seely became one of shoegaze's few representatives in America. They released four albums over their career: 1996's Parentha See, 1996's Julie Only (re-recording of Parentha See), 1997's Seconds, and 2000's Winter Birds.
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