The Sea At Midnight

Los Angeles songwriter Vince Grant produced and mixed by Chris King of Cold Showers with drums by Brandon Pierce of Glaare.

"Vince Grant, the artist behind The Sea At Midnight, won our hearts with the passion and intensity displayed in "Medicine", an unbeatable introduction. "Melancholia" managed to materialize the feeling into one song and now, with "How Many Times", The Sea At Midnight has created an irresistible song with a great 80s synth-pop vibe that is going to make the wait for the next single really long." - El Garaje de Frank

"The Gothic brainchild of songwriter Vince Grant, The Sea At Midnight is an LA-based, purist purveyor of melodic coldwave. In the classic vein of The Cure (the early stuff) and Joy Division (the only stuff), The Sea At Midnight zeros in on the icy depths of gloomy rock, with humming synths and morose vocals carrying listeners across moody soundscapes. One such soundscape is the expertly curated "How Many Times" the band's third single." - V13



“Vince Grant doesn't seem to want to rest. After releasing two of the most exciting singles in the 2020 class, "Medicine" and "Melancholia", his project The Sea At Midnight returns with another surprise. "How Many Times” rises its more synthpop side, as well as influences that border the C86 - famous tape from New Musical Express, which revealed bands like The Mighty Lemon Drops, The Pastels and others - and the Britpop of the early 90s." - Class of Sounds

"From the first seconds of the song "Melancholia" you can hear Joy Division, The Cure and the Jesus and Mary Chain directly. The Sea At Midnight aka Vince Grant skillfully combines these elements of various dark wave greats of the 80s in his own song. Something for melancholic nostalgics." - Muza Magazine

"Warm melancholic atmosphere, full of beautiful sounds and a voice charged with emotions that can touch your soul." - DJ Dani Tamayo

“Melodic coldwave with hints of decay and small layers of hope.” - Threshold Magazine

“The Sea At Midnight, California dark wavers, sound a lot darker recently than some European dark wave bands. They are from Los Angeles, but they could be from some neighborhood in Manchester, and that, as we can understand, this band has studied a lot the “Closer” album from Joy Division.” - Loud Cities Radio Show

"Excellent melody, The Sea At Midnight. I love this project. It is a pleasure to spread it in my program. I like to listen to it with my glass of wine." DJ Jorge Marchan, the Sinfonias Nocturna show

Post a Comment

Please Select Embedded Mode To Show The Comment System.*

Previous Post Next Post