Experimental rock quintet Sea In The Sky has released a new music video for “Not Too Tall, Not Too Cool” off their recently released full-length titled, Everything All At Once. The new video reflects the tone of the song, with soft and jazzy instruments, taking place in a cabin in the middle of the forest, giving the cozy, ambient vibes.
Guitarist, Jakob Bray mentioned the video commenting, “The video takes viewers on an eerie journey through the upside down and the shifted parallel world while capturing all the chaos and emotions regarding finding one’s sense of self.”
Purchase Everything All At Once on Sea In The Sky‘s web-store and watch “Not Too Tall, Not Too Cool” below.
Though the band may hail from the quieter parts of the Bay Area. SEA IN THE SKY is anything but soft-spoken. Founded in July 2012 as an instrumental quartet, SEA IN THE SKY quickly began making a name for itself with the release of its first self-titled EP (May 2013). SEA IN THE SKY’s versatility was evident on those first compositions, but it wasn’t fully realized by the progressive music world until the December 2014 release of Serenity, the band’s second EP. Incorporating subtle nods to both jazz and funk into its progressive material, the group’s ability to dance on the lines between genres brought it widespread local and online recognition, including praise from renowned publications. This time period also found the band solidifying its reputation as an incomparable live act. SEA IN THE SKY played numerous of shows throughout the SF Bay.
In 2015, SEA IN THE SKY introduced vocalist Sam Kohl to the lineup, expanding the band’s sound and adding an entirely new facet to its distinctive approach. After Jakob Bray joined the mix as the band’s new guitarist, SEA IN THE SKY proceeded to record and release a third EP, Visions, which has already garnered acclaim from numerous media outlets. Dense and heavy, but also ethereal and light, SEA IN THE SKY is a unique voice in the progressive music scene as a whole.
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