Despite their debut full-length ‘Savoir Faire’ being released just over a week ago, The Ocean Between Us frontman Judd Wrighton revealed today that himself and bassist Ben Beagles have decided to part ways with the band, mainly due to financial strain. Judd has posted a statement on Facebook earlier today which can be read in full below:
With a seemingly tireless work ethic and the weight of recent taste makers A Wolf At Your Door Records behind them, The Ocean Between Us are a name quick to spill from the lips when discussing exciting UK post-hardcore up-and-comers. Splicing both the fiercely intricate and a chest beating stomp, it’s perhaps because the Leeds quintet merge such a striking array of influence which has seen their acclaim skyrocket.
Leeds post-hardcore outfit The Ocean Between Us have just unveiled their brand new music video for their latest track, ‘Safety’, which is lifted from their upcoming debut album, ‘Savoir Faire’. You can stream and watch it below:
With the end of one year comes the start of another. It’s undeniable that 2012 was a great year for rock and alternative music as a whole, but with a quick overlook of what is to come and what bands are on the verge of rising from the underground, it seems 2013 might even surpass the previous 12 months. We have listed all of the bands we think you should keep your eyes on throughout this year so you can get in there before they become ‘uncool’ or just so you’re ahead of the pack. See into the future:
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Leeds post-hardcore outfit The Ocean Between Us have just released a video for ‘In Sickness & Wealth’, the first track to be lifted from their upcoming debut full-length, ‘Savoir Faire’. You can stream and watch it below:
Leeds post-hardcore outfit The Ocean Between Us have now confirmed details regarding the release of their highly awaited debut full-length. The album, titled ‘Savoir Faire’, is set for release on March 25th 2013 via A Wolf At Your Door Records. The artwork can be seen below:
Leeds post-hardcore outfit The Ocean Between Us have posted a video diary of their recent time in the studio, recording their forthcoming full-length album with producer Mike Bennett. You can view the video below:
Leeds based post-hardcore outfit The Ocean Between Us have just released their new rather party driven video for their latest single, ‘My Social Life Took Over My Whole Life’. Check it out:
Leeds outfit The Ocean Between Us have just announced a full headline tour of the UK throughout April and May, with support throughout the tour coming from Sacred Betrayal. All dates of the tour are outlined below along with the tour poster:
Leeds-based outfit The Ocean Between Us have announced that drummer Rob Kennedy has decided to part ways with the band. An official statement by Rob posted on the band’s Tumblr page can be read below:
“I’d just like to take this opportunity to say I’ve loved every minute of the last two years or so been a part of this band and following the dream. I’ve had a shit load of fun and got to do things a lot of people never get the opportunity to do and for that I can only be grateful. I’ve also met some amazing people through the band including my girlfriend Rachael, who I now intend to spend a lot more time with now I have it! The last few days have been pretty hard and I already feel like a big part of me is missing, but when one door closes another one opens. So although I will be spending the next few months doing normal guy stuff and taking some time to relax, I will without doubt be back in the game before long. I’d like to give a big shout out to the guys in For Everything A Reason, Acorah, Our People Verses Yours, Mind Set A Threat and While She Sleeps, just some of the many bands I’ve had an absolute blast with on the road and so many more guys who we’ve met and chilled with. I also want to personally thank Ian from A Wolf At Your Door Records for taking a personal interest in the band I love and investing the labels money into us, and also been a top mate. I also think a thank you is in order to anyone who’s ever supported The Ocean Between Us continue to do so as the band moves onward and I wish the guys the best of luck. I also want to thank my girlfriend and family for supporting me throughout been in the band and the last few days, couldn’t have done it without them.”
The Ocean Between Us will still be performing at Hevy festival this weekend.
Leeds post-hardcore boys The Ocean Between Us are making a name for themselves lately, and have just released their news music video for their track ‘Hearts Of Lions’. Check it out below:
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Note: As only three members of the site were able to attend the festival weekend, we were sadly unable to cover every band performing throughout the day.
The third and final day of the Sonisphere weekend brings to the table another day filled with brilliant acts sprawling across a range of different genres. With what might be Slipknot‘s final UK performance together (at least with the current line-up), it’s an emotional and iconic day for all maggots in attendance.
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