With fresh material gathered, they have sprouted out from their home studio hiding hole to show their faces, eager to burn what energy they've stored over the past months.
"At our shows, we try to make them as interesting and exciting as we can - a lot of energy and big melodies," says guitarist and vocalist, Byron Knight.
"The reactions we've been getting from our shows on the first part of our tour have been real positive. People walk away from our sets with our songs stuck in their heads."
A strong and steady start is more than sufficient; it's the form they wish to bring with them to Brisbane this week and it's a combination of drive and talent that will assure they do.
"We're pretty determined and we're pretty excited about this project and doing this tour, it's pretty cool. We're looking forward to getting our names out there and exposing our new projects. We've been playinâ€™ with some pretty cool acts like Jebediah, Violent Soho, Ball Park Music and it's been cool meeting those guys."
Following the tour will be the release of their EP, where the long hours spent in the studio will be paraded for all to hear; theyâ€™re undoubtedly anticipating an important stage in their career, taking the work, quite literally, into their own hands.
"We've been working on it for the past couple of months in our home studio in Central Coast. We're pretty much engineering it ourselves this time so we've had a lot more time to spend on it and we're getting things to sound the way we want them to sound."
Appealling to the determined nature of the band, their ambition is big but most certainly achievable. In the space of a year, Sea Legs intend to extend their already admirable reputation and take it to a higher platform amongst the cream of the crop.
"We'd like to be popping up in the festival circuit, playing the bigger festivals, hopefully sell a few of these EPs. That'd be pretty good for a one year plan."
SEA LEGS PLAY THE JUBILEE HOTEL ON FRIDAY JULY 29.