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Sea In The Sky - Everything all at once

5.00
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Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2017-09-29 Year: 2017
Label: Sea In The Sky
Genre: Prog-Rock/Art Rock
Producer: Nick Loiacono
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Review

Sea In The Sky are an exciting experimental and progressive / alternative rock band from the Bay Area, their music is not the kind you want to hear when you´re working out at the gym but instead when you want the full listening experience of interesting songstructures and thoughtful arrangements. The music demand your full attention.
Sea In The Sky dropped their first self-titled EP in 2013, followed by the "Serenity" EP in 2014. In 2015, the band introduced vocalist Sam Kohl and guitarist Jakob Bray to the line-up which led to the release of their 3rd EP "Visions" the same year.
My thoughts go to bands like Circa Survive and The Dear Hunter when I listen to their debut full length "Everything All At Once", except for the title track that sounds like Moments In Grace, if you remember that one-album-band.
"Neck romancer" is another awesome song with a lovely jazzy and artsy vibe to it, well one could say that Sea In The Sky aren´t your average rock band.
They´re definitely more than average.

Tracklisting

1.Dreamer

2.Pale blue dot

3.Not too tall, not too cool

4.Neck romancer

5.Night romancer

6.An appeal to emotion

7.Imposter syndrome

8.False cods

9.Overview effect

10.Everything all at once



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