This week’s new releases include vinyl reissues from R.E.M., Catherine Wheel, The Stone Roses and The Ocean Blue, plus a new album from The B-52s’ Cindy Wilson.
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The Ocean Blue this month will reissue their self-released fifth album — the 13-song Davy Jones’ Locker, originally released in 1999 — and have just made a new music video.
The death over the weekend of legendary record man Seymour Stein has unleashed a torrent of heartfelt appreciations from the musicians he championed.
Dream-pop favorites The Ocean Blue have announced a run of eight shows later this year that include dates in Atlanta, Nashville, Tenn., West Palm Beach, Fla., and Phoenix that originally had been scheduled in 2020 before being postponed by the pandemic. Check out those tour dates right here.
Dream-pop favorites The Ocean Blue this week shared a gorgeous music video for the equally gorgeous song “Love Doesn’t Make It Easy On Us,” off their 2019 album Kings and Queens/Knaves and Thieves, as the band prepares to play a run of sporadic tour dates through May. Full details right here.
Indie-pop favorites The Ocean Blue will release their first new album in six years next month, an 11-song collection titled Kings and Queens/Knaves and Thieves that is preceded by the first single/opening track “Kings and Queens” — which you can hear right here. Plus, tour dates and album tracklist.
The Ocean Blue has completed recording its first new album in six years — due out some time later this year — and has announced a handful of concerts across the country this summer to be followed by what, at the moment, remains a standalone Detroit show in November. Full details right here.
This week’s new releases include the DVD reissue of the long-out-of-print “Introducing Morrissey” concert film, plus a reissue of The Ocean Blue’s “Waterworks” EP, the new New Model Army studio/live album, a KMFDM concert album and a box set featuring Paul Weller’s first five solo albums.
When The Ocean Blue was in Seattle this past February, the band’s frontman, David Schelzel, stopped by radio station KEXP (90.3 FM) for an on-air set and interview, performing new single “Sad Night, Where Is Morning,” classic track “Drifting, Falling” and a cover of Billy Idol’s “Eyes Without a Face.”
The reunited indie-pop outfit The Ocean Blue has debuted a dark, moody video for”Sad Night, Where is Morning?.” the lead single off Ultramarine, the band’s first new album since 2000′s Davy Jones’ Locker. You can check out the Christian Erickson-directed clip, which premiered on Paste last week, right here.
This week’s new releases include ‘Ultramarine,’ the first new album from The Ocean Blue in a decade, plus new studio albums from Billy Bragg (‘Tooth & Nail’) and former Kraftwerk member Karl Bartos (‘Off the Record’), as well as an expanded reissue of Inspiral Carpets’ 1990 debut ‘Life.’
The Ocean Blue releases its first album 13 years next week, but you don’t have to wait until Tuesday to hear Ultramarine — the full album is now streaming at AOL’s Spinner. Plus, the band has now announced some initial U.S. tour dates this May and June, not to mention a trip to Peru.
The Ocean Blue gave fans an early taste last fall of two tracks — “Blow My Mind” and “A Rose is a Rose” — off its first new album in 13 years, and now, with that record, ‘Ultramarine,’ due out in March, the band has premiered another song, “Sad Night, Where Is Morning?,” which you can stream here.