Sealife brings a love-coated psychedelic pop from Seattle straight to your heart. Sealife's debut album, A Paler Shade of White, is art imitating life; a chronological documentation of emotional renaissance.
Sealife brings love-coated psychedelic pop from Seattle straight to your heart. Their sonic storytelling paints a landscape of vulnerable lullabies.
Originating from bedroom pop and stream-of-consciousness songwriting, Sealife pulls from Sade, Steely Dan, and The Smiths to craft lush sonic dreams. With a nod to Seattle grunge, Sealife is no stranger to fuzz or esoteric lyrics.
Brennan Moring, lead for Sealife, also sings and plays keys for Seattle psych poppers Peyote Ugly. Brennan began writing poetry and playing guitar at an early age, but after learning piano, he began a conquest for total instrumental control in his songwriting and storytelling. Now, with Sealife, he’s writing love songs from the perspective of the ghost that quietly waits up for you at night.
On A Paler Shade of White ~ "It is art imitating life. It is a chronological documentation of emotional renaissance. But the path it paves is not necessarily one of solidarity of success. It is a wicked maze filled with dead-ends, alter-egos, and strange intimacy. It is a swollen heart compensating for a restless mind. Each breakthrough eventually slides, and loses its edge, to reveal how shockingly predictable newness can be. Perhaps there is always a paler shade. Perhaps nobody disturbs that balance. When our minds are polarized by pleasure and by fear, we live our greatest lives in the short dawn of novelty - a paler shade of white." ~