Sea Me Now
Due to Front Roe having three of four original Squid Squad members, Sea Me Now is a blend of rock and electronic music, a style similar to that of the Squid Squad. It starts guitar-heavy, and then vocals are added to the song as the drums pick up speed. Cheering is heard briefly, followed by a solo sung by Ichiya with guitar and drums. Later, a synth is added inbetween Ichiya's vocal breaks during the chorus. After the chorus, the instruments return to the opening rhythm at the same pace as the chorus, before Ichiya starts singing again. The guitar plays alone for a moment before the drums cue the rest of the instruments to return to the same rhythm played after the chorus. After a cheer, a snare-heavy drum fill is heard, and the song loops back to the part after Ichiya sings.
|“||Still there? We haven't lost all credibility? Then check out Front Roe's new hit! It's called "Sea Me Now," and I say it wails. Our musicologist says, "Minor chords dance with ascendant harmonies while fuzzy guitars lay down a punchy, up-tempo base." Bah. "It wails" is shorter.||”|
— @SplatoonNA on Twitter
|“||The melodious, punkish sound of rock outfit Front Roe has been swimming up the charts in Splatsville lately. Here's a sneak peek at one of their songs "Sea Me Now" that'll appear in #Splatoon3! 🔊 🎶||”|
— @NintendoEurope on Twitter
Sea Me Now is a pun on the phrase "see me now".