Wednesday, 06 April 2022 09:13

LOVE by Oceans on Orion - New Single Release Featured

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Following its hit video Tomorrow's Rain, Israel power house Oceans on Orion released a new smashing single LOVE on March 31, 2022. This new video is the energetic follow-up work as a part of the Oceans on Orion's upcoming debut album.

Mixing modern metal with pop influences LOVE explores how our relationships force us to wear masks and the consequences of taking them off. The song's dynamic vocal performance features soaring clean melodies, deep growls and three part harmonies. A nostalgic bow to late 2000's emo reinterpreted in today's modern metal aesthetic.

LOVE - Tomorrow's Rain // Official Music Video

About the band

The band was founded in 2017 under the name “Hartsbane” by singer and principal writer, Lev Kerzhner, based on songs he’d written over years past. In 2019 the band released a ‘live in concert’ EP titled “As Summer Dies” after which they entered the studio to record their debut album. Their sound and arrangements took a quick turn from their live origins, developing into a heavier modern sound, which ultimately saw them rebrand and emerge as Oceans on Orion.

Their opening gig was at the Tel Aviv festival Scarfest From summer 2020 till summer 2021, the band took time on working full-time on the debut album and completed the lineup with guitarist Sergei Metalheart (ex-Desert) and planning the show schedule and album release for early 2022.

LOVE

Listen to Oceans On Orion music on streaming platforms:

Spotify

Apple Music

Yandex Music 


Follow Oceans On Orion:

Web: https://www.oceansonorion.com/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/OceansOnOrionOfficial
FB: https://www.facebook.com/oceansonorion
IG: 
https://www.instagram.com/oceansonorion
TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@oceans_on_orion

Oceans on Orion

Contact Oceans On Orion:

E-Mail: press (at) lmh.me

LMH Records

 

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