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Young Oceans

About Young Oceans

Young Oceans is a meditative art rock band from Brooklyn, NY. The project originated with a collective of artists affiliated with Trinity Grace Church in NYC recording songs by songwriter Eric Marshall who desired to pursue to create music more for reflective prayer than congregational experience. The resulting self-titled debut album was named Top 10 album of the year for 2012 by RELEVANT Magazine and was later released as an instrumental album in Before the Beginning.

The band’s second release Advent explores more conceptual turf. The subject matter focuses squarely on the yearning but hopeful desperation inherent in both the first and second coming of Christ.

The band’s fourth release and second full-length studio album, I Must Find You, followed in 2014, and pushes even further left of center where “densely layered atmospherics of the Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois variety lend equal appeal to the devoted believer, meditative transcendentalist, and discerning artrock fan” (Noisetrade). As with their previous releases, the companion instrumental album Steady the Stars was released in 2015.

Voices, Vol. I arrived in 2016, presenting an interim collection that re-visits some of the more congregational minded songs of the Young Oceans catalog. A response to “consistent requests we have received over the years for help in adapting the songs for use in the local church”, Voices features a number of notable outside vocalists, was produced by Jonny Macintosh (Third Day, TheSoundKids, Harvest), and reveals the humble, corporate soul of each song under a wave of human voices.