Seven Seas
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Seven Seas

Mexico, The Federal District, Mexico | Established. Jan 01, 2015 | SELF

Mexico, The Federal District, Mexico | SELF
Established on Jan, 2015
Band Alternative Progressive


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Still working on that hot first release.



What originally started as just “jamming experiments” turned into the “spicy hot power trio” out of a friend’s invitation to play at Multiforo Cultural Alicia, a legendary international forum and also one of the most famous venues around the city.

After accepting the gig invitation and with only two months until the date, Seven Seas threw themselves into writing what would later become their first EP. These first five songs made it clear that, although within the band members there are a lot of ideas and a big musical catalog of artists they draw inspiration from, their focus is one and the same: to create music of their own, a sound that will move bodies and minds, songs that will remain with the listener, art enticing reaction, art doing what it does at its best, connect.

It could be said that Seven Seas floats somewhere over the alternative rock genre, but, in reality, their music is best described as what happens when three musical heads mesh and start telling stories. The sonic proposal that comes out of such mix of course has its fair share of experimentation; hence, they never forget their cornerstone, which is the search for unique and innovative ways to express the trio’s interests. Their lyrics also follow that same principle. When the band writes, they dive deep “into the psyche, trying to explore and grasp fragments of that huge ocean we call the human experience.”

Seven Seas sails the sonic seas without paying too much attention to genres or minding the musical canon. They play what they are, what comes natural to them.
Now, with their first work readily available, the band’s goal is to play their “spicy hot rock” in any and every venue.

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