SEEKINGVocalist, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar.
Oceans Over Alderaan are an atmospheric rock band with elements of shoegaze, doom pop, mathy, post-rock, from Blackpool in UK formed in March 2017 by former members of Goonies Never Say Die, Escape Artist and I Drink Therefore There's Darkness.
We have released two singles so far that have been promoted on a few blogs/music pages as well as played on stations like DKFM, Radio X, BBC Introducing, Primal Radio, Dandelion Radio and more.
Our sound is similar to stuff like The Cure, Cocteau Twins, Foals, Daughter, And So I Watch You From Afar, Mogwai, Japanese Breakfast, Manchester Orchestra, Marriages, Emma Ruth Rundle.
If your influences are Nickleback and Ed Sheeran we possibly are not the band for you.
You can contact us via our website www.oceansoveralderaan.co.uk (or google the band name) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Jan 21 2018
- Active within 1 week
- Level of commitment:
- Moderately Committed
- Years together:
- Gigs played:
- 10 to 50
- Tend to practice:
- 1 time per week
- 31 years
Marriages, Emma Rith Rundle, The Joy Formidable, Daughter, And So I Watch You From Afar, Foals, Sigur Ros, Mogwai, Radiohead, Elbow, Japanese Breakfast, Cocteau Twins, David Bowie, The Twilight Sad.
Members Of Band
Steve Trenell - Bass
Barry Parkinson - Guitar
Ross Walters - Drums
Lizzie Barr - Vocals
We have our own rehearsal space in Blackpool
Orange Amps and Cabs, a shoddy pa, Fender Bass, some sort of drumkit
There's Always Another Summer
There's Always Another SummerTaken from the EP 'Some Broken Hope' due for release Janaury 2020. Also contains the previous released songs 'Sevenfour' and 'Falters' and new track 'As Lights Over Sound'
Falters (Radio Edit)
Falters (Radio Edit)FALTERS is the bands second single, recorded with Tom Peters of Alpha Male Tea Party and released on the bands own label ‘The Recording Industry Is Dead, Records’ who also release music by the band members other projects as well as music made by their friends. The song and video are about dealing with male mental health, depression and suicidal impulses. Lyrically it speaks about watching someone tear themselves apart from an outsiders point of view with the video depecting mania and isolation in a delibratley vague way in order to let the viewer project thier own interpretation and emotions onto the story. The masks represent the faces we all use to hide ourselves from the rest of the world at times we feel we cannot cope.
FaltersFalters Written and performed by Alice Deacon, Barry Parkinson, Joe Wylie, Steve Trenell. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Tom Peters at Edge Recording Studios Manchester and Huddersfield University, August to November 2018
SevenfourSevenfour / Falters Written and performed by Alice Deacon, Barry Parkinson, Joe Wylie, Steve Trenell. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Tom Peters at Edge Recording Studios Manchester and Huddersfield University, August to November 2018 Additional lyric writing on Sevenfour by Hannah Rebecca