Let's say you had a suped-up Delorean with a sweet, one-of-a-kind Flux Capicitor that allowed you to travel back in time. Let's also assume you've always wanted to know what it was like to listen to the radio in 1974. The trip's a success, Doc and Einstein are both cool, and your wish is about to come true. You turn on the radio and you hear the announcer say, "Coming up next, a little band out of Nashville..."
Okay, that's not exactly possible, but it very well could be. Listening to The Silver Seas over and over again, you get transported back to a time when songwriting was simple, beautiful, catchy, and most of all, it had character. Artists like Jackson Browne, Stevie Wonder and Elton John, they all managed to tell stories with their music, but maintain this scenic wonder and amazement that only a crafted musician could pull off with such ease. Daniel Tashian, lead singer and chief songwriter of The Silver Seas, has this gene. It's a part of their DNA that allows them to dig into the listener's soul, where they can't really nitpick or even tell you why they like their music. The best art is usually impossible to comprehend, it's just great and that's that.
That is exactly what The Silver Seas do and continue to do. On Brite they'll be releasing music from their debut album "Starry Gazy Pie" as they work towards the debut of their next record: Chateau Revenge. They are pairing up with Best Friends Animal Society and are thrilled to be part of Brite!