The Ocean Cure
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The Ocean Cure

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF | AFM

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | SELF | AFM
Established on Jan, 2014
Band Rock Post-rock




"The Ocean Cure Announce Debut EP, ‘Daydreamer’"

The Ocean Cure have announced they’ll be releasing their debut EP, Daydreamer, on January 31. The release will be available on iTunes, Spotify and other music sites, as well as physically. You can view an update video from the band below. - Legendary Kids Press

"The Ocean Cure"

We caught up with Ocean Cure at the 2015 Koi Music festival in Kitchener Ontario, here's what they have to say about the meaning of their name and of course mustaches. - MustacheOnMusic

"The Ocean Cure to Release New Single"

The Ocean Cure have announced they’ll be releasing their new single, titled “I’ll Survive”, on June 18th. The band have released a teaser, which you can hear below. - Legendary Kids Press

"Interview: The Ocean Cure"

This past weekend, I traveled three hours to Brantford, Ontario, to attend the tenth anniversary of the annual Blackout Fest, a punk rock/hardcore festival held each year at Club NV. On Saturday, I had the opportunity to sit down with Pauline Taylor, Casius Wray-Muto, and Nicola Sudano of female-fronted Toronto post-hardcore band The Ocean Cure to chat and ask them about their creative process, plans for tour, and more

RMP: You guys have been playing together for over a year. In that time, aside from lineup changes, what's the biggest difference between when you first started, and now?

Pauline: I think we've done a lot of growing in the past year. Anyone who has seen us perform now versus when we first formed as a full band can probably attest to that. We've really solidified our message and what we're all about. We've moved past that point of figuring out who we are as a band, to a place of confidence and conviction. It's no longer just about making music, but building a family.

RMP: Your 6-song EP, Daydreamer, was released in January. How does it feel to have something tangible that you can go out and perform for people?

P: It's so incredible. It's hard to even put into words. Before the release of our EP, we were still figuring out how to get our message across, but now we have something real to show to people- something that is a perfect representation of who we are and what we stand for. The release of Daydreamer truly feels like our dreams becoming a reality, transforming from something that only we could feel into something that we can share with the people who support us.

RMP: You haven't toured very heavily in support of Daydreamer. What are your plans for a full tour?

Casius: Once we released our EP, we decided to try to start building in our home base. Opening for bigger shows became our main focus. We do have plans to tour in 2017. How far will we be going? At least 10 different cities in Ontario, and hopefully to Quebec as well!

RMP: Pauline, as the vocalist and lyricist of The Ocean Cure, what's your songwriting process like? Where do you draw your inspiration from?

P: The process changes a lot. Sometimes, it'll start with a poem that I wrote which I then show to the guys and we turn it into a song, or other times they'll start with the instrumentals and then I'll put a vocal melody over top of it. There are many different ways to go and we like to switch it up. As for inspiration, I usually pull inspiration from my own life and my experiences as well as the experiences of friends or stories that I've heard. It's important to us to write music that people can relate to so we like to have a lot of variety to our lyrical content. That way everyone can find a song that speaks to them.

RMP: As 2017 gets closer and closer, what are your plans for The Ocean Cure in the new year?

Nicola: Well apart from touring and introducing a few new songs into the set that are in the works, we're going back to the drawing board, assessing our live set, working on new material and a popular cover song. We're gonna work harder than ever to make the new year ours. So expect big things. We're not slowing down any time soon.

Daydreamer is available on all online retailers. Follow The Ocean Cure on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Watch their debut music video for their debut single, "Waiting for You", below. - Rock-Metal-Punk


Still working on that hot first release.



The Ocean Cure are a 4 piece Post Hardcore band from Toronto Canada. Since their inception the band has been known for their strong work ethic and passion for music which is shown both their songs and accomplishments thus far. 

2016 was a busy year for the band having released their debut EP entitled "DAYDREAMER". Following this they have performed many live shows across Ontario. Highlights include sharing the stage with well known acts such as I Set My Friends On Fire and Ice Nine Kills, as well as being part of the 10th annual Blackout Fest.  In addition to this TOC also released their first official music video for their new single "Waiting for You" 

2017 has been just as busy as the band has been playing shows, and releasing a Punk goes Pop style cover of "Don't Let Me Down" by The Chainsmokers.  The band shows no signs of slowing down as they are gearing up to hit the road for tours throughout the year.

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