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  • PUBLISHED Aug 01, 2016

  • PUBLISHED

    Aug 01 2016
  • THIS VIDEO

    851 Views
    54 Votes
  • OVERALL RANK

    11289 th Views
    3419 th Votes
  • PEAK CHART RANK

    55 th Overall
    09/26/16
    2 nd Atlanta
    10/09/16

OLD SEA BRIGADE performs the song "BETTER DAYS" for BalconyTV.
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PRESENTED BY BETH KEENER

There’s an old-ages discoloring to the music of Old Sea Brigade that belies the tender years of its creator, appearing sepia-drenched and sleight of frame as his country-esque ballads quietly breathe life in to otherwise listless January days. The new, self-titled, EP is proof of this; a quiet set of songs performed with heart-worn luster that makes for a five-track journey that instantly feels like, albeit solemn, escapism.

Ben Cramer’s voice is chief protagonist, his warming lyrics feeling the central character at the centre of it all. Imbuing this lone voice is an often gorgeous collection of instrumental waves, from softly plucked guitars to shuffling, underlying throbs of percussion. Opening track ‘Love Brought Weight‘ is perfectly understated, the kind of song that in less-measured hands could leap in to some radio-friendly territory and feel all the worse for it, while the quietly-pounding ‘Georgia’ is wrapped-up with such devotion it can cross borders and oceans and still leave an imprint upon your day.

This faint touch, Cramer’s own sleight-of-hand if you will, is all over the new collection, pulling the songs one way when they seem destined for the opposite. It brings a real sense of adventure to proceedings, of journey and loss and the fight for survival; framed by the touch of a songwriter who so easily and eloquently crafts sentimentality in to something discerning and long-lasting.

http://www.oldseabrigade.com/

CREDITS / SPONSORS
Producer/Audio Engineer: John Taylor Nelson www.lakecitysounds.com
Director Of Photography: Redmond Farley
Presenter: Beth Keener
Location: The Tabernacle www.tabernacleatl.com
Product Sponsor: Terminus Tees www.terminustees.com
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