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On their sophomore full-length, Torrance, CA's Seahaven captures a dreamy, sprawling, airy southern California mood. Produced and engineered by Ben Brodin (Bright Eyes, Pete Yorn) at Omaha's ARC recording studio, the subtle combination of emo, indie and post-punk is brought to life by the uplifting natural production and orchestral instrumentation. Warm, beach-y reverb blankets equally contemplative and carefree sounding pop that ebbs and flows with rising strings and def percussion, making for Seahaven's most interesting and engaging songs yet.
On their sophomore full-length, Torrance, CA's Seahaven captures a dreamy, sprawling, airy southern California mood. Produced and engineered by Ben Brodin (Bright Eyes, Pete Yorn) at Omaha's ARC recording studio, the subtle combination of emo, indie and post-punk is brought to life by the uplifting natural production and orchestral instrumentation. Warm, beach-y reverb blankets equally contemplative and carefree sounding pop that ebbs and flows with rising strings and def percussion, making for Seahaven's most interesting and engaging songs yet.
603111959726

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Format: CD
Label: RFCR
Catalog: 19597
Rel. Date: 03/25/2014
UPC: 603111959726

Reverie Lagoon: Music for Escapism Only
Artist: Seahaven
Format: CD
New: NOT IN STORE, BUT IN PRINT AND ORDER-ABLE - , call or email $15.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Fifty-Four
2. Andreas
3. Silhouette (Latin Skin)
4. Wild West Selfishness

DISC: 2

1. On The Floor
2. Paseo De Las Estrellas (I)
3. Highway Blues

DISC: 3

1. Flesh
2. Whispers
3. Love To Burn
4. Solar Eclipse

DISC: 4

1. Paseo De Las Estrellas (II)
2. Karma Consequential
3. Four-Eleven

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On their sophomore full-length, Torrance, CA's Seahaven captures a dreamy, sprawling, airy southern California mood. Produced and engineered by Ben Brodin (Bright Eyes, Pete Yorn) at Omaha's ARC recording studio, the subtle combination of emo, indie and post-punk is brought to life by the uplifting natural production and orchestral instrumentation. Warm, beach-y reverb blankets equally contemplative and carefree sounding pop that ebbs and flows with rising strings and def percussion, making for Seahaven's most interesting and engaging songs yet.
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