Local folk/rock group Sea Legs are one of the newer bands on the scene that we here at Submerge have been particularly excited about. Three of the members used to be in local band The Inversions: Adam Varona (guitar/vocals), Scott McConaha (drums/vocals) and Will Comstock (keys/bass/vocals). They are joined by fellow seasoned locals Blake Abbey of Musical Charis (guitar/vocals) and Todd Weber of Blame the Bishop (guitar). “Sea Legs came together lookin’ to do something completely different,” Varona wrote on the band’s Facebook (Facebook.com/sealegssac), saying that they mix “‘60s Brit-rock influenced melodies and riffs with a modern folk backdrop. Think The Kinks meet The Decemeberists at a Talking Heads concert.” Sea Legs are currently expediting the recording of their debut EP Slow & Steady so that it will be ready for their big July 18 gig at Concerts in the Park where they are opening for !!! (Chk Chk Chk). Later that same night starting at 10 p.m. they’ll host their free official release show at Pour House. Varona says they are making 100 copies that they’ll give out for free at the shows and are also debuting new merch at the gigs.