Life at Sea
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Life at Sea

Band Alternative Pop


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The best kept secret in music


"All Music Guide"

"Is There a Signal Coming Through? is a strong debut, and one that marks Life at Sea as willing to drift and explore in a city too often polarized by extremes." - Johnny Loftus (All Music Guide)

"Alternative Press"

"Soaring Vocals, Blazing Pop Hooks, Teeming With Potential" - Jonah Bayer (Alternative Press)

"Punk Planet"

"Life at Sea delivers "big sounding indie rock, or as they call it, edgy pop." I like the cover art of this album, and it parallels the music. Like the art, the music is multilayered, comfortable, and both delicate and rough around the edges. I definitely want to keep listening to this." - Abbie Amadio (Punk Planet)

"Maximum Ink"

"Each song contains enough depth that the more you listen, the more you hear. Since I've gotten the album, I've listened to it at least fifty times." - Conor Kudas (Maximum Ink)


"These guys look like they should be on MTV2" - Shaun McCormack (Splendid)

"Heart Attack Magazine"

"Highly entertaining indie rock, smooth as a babys bottom. Total radio material." - Heart Attack Magazine

"Last Life Media"

"If you are in an indie band and want to fatten up the music or just want to know how to be a good experimental band this album should be bought for reference." - Nick Shea (Last Life Media)

"Q101 Chicago Radio"

"Life at sea is a band that I think is important to the local Chicago music scene; with a sound that's unique, they follow no one. intelligent, creative music." - Chris Payne (DJ, WKQX Q101 Chicago)

"David Bendeth"

"Life at Sea is a young band with great musical ideas, the sound is familiar, because it draws from the best rock music over the past twenty years!" - David Bendeth - Producer


Anchor Down Ep-World won't listen records

Is there a signal coming through (full length) Lucid records


Feeling a bit camera shy


Sirens ahead, flashing lights; the stage is set yet again. They have promise, a river of tears, a hole in a heart where a lover lived. The greatness of music, the kind that moves with emotion, inspiration through dark moods, imbibed through the call of the song. If you believe in the future…you will never forget this moment. There is not much to understand, but the cool and calculated execution of the song, the craft. Deeper still, under the floor, there is a struggle to find the weathered meaning. More, there must be more…in each part of the craft, the art, none is the same, but the flame inside each one of them burns. Sickened from the thought of not being; this is no game.
This might be insanity, but the flame still burns…have we finally reached the end of the inane? Like ancient writings on the walls of Babylon, hold on fast through the fire and burn. Listen close, you may see it, but can you feel it?

Life at Sea is Erik Shepard, Jason Weitzman, Steve Znavor, and Joe LeVeque.