The Oceanographers

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about

The Oceanographers Debut Album is the culmination of 4 years of hard work and growth for The Oceanographers. A hop to the middle of the pacific ocean in 2012, brought lead singer-songwriter Justin Miyamoto to Hawaii where he found band members Marya Szaur, Paul Hartman, and Sam Bradley. Together they recorded these set of songs over the SUMMER and FALL of 2013.

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released April 22, 2014

Produced by The Oceanographers
Mixed by Sam Bradley
Mastered by TW Walsh

The Oceanographers is:
Justin Miyamoto: Male Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar (3,4,6,9)

with musical performances by:
Marya Szaur: Female Vocals (1-4,6-10), Viola, Piano (2,3,5,7,)
Sam Bradley: Percussion (1-9), Steel drums (9)
Paul Hartman: Bass (1-9)

and guest performances by:
Sean Luscombe: Lead Guitar (1)
Joshua Timmons: Trumpet (2)
Rosie Adela: Lead Vocals (5)
Katherine Wilson: Piano (8)
Christopher Tomich: Conductor for The Pirate Choir (8)
Isaac Pang: Bass (10)
Leo Brayman: Percussion (10)

Drums recorded in Hawaii at The Dome with engineers Sam Bradley and Bill Sammons; Music and vocals recorded at The Oceanographers' Lair with Justin Miyamoto

additional recording at
Sonic Sculpture with Sam Bradley; UHH Music Department with Bill Sammons; Vocals for The Abyss recorded in Los Angeles at Undead Audio with Anthony Taglianetti and Steven Leavitt

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The Oceanographers Hilo, Hawaii

Captivated by the sense of discovery, The Oceanographers explore the depths of human emotion through alluring melodies, deep tones, and catchy lyrics. With songs that bring forth feelings of floating in the wavy seas of love and loss, The Oceanographers give an experience of oceanic proportions. ... more

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Track Name: Everything
[Verse]
I'll stop trying to impress you
I'll stop giving you that call
You could have had everything
Now you have none at all. (x2)
Track Name: Submarine
[Verse 1]
I took you in the submarine
I took you in the submarine
I took you to the bottom of the sea
The deep blue sea (x2)

I wanna show you everything
I wanna show you everything
I wanna give you life
I wanna give you, give you life (x2)

[Chorus 1]
Give you life
Give you life

[Verse 2]
The fishes, they encircle us
The fishes, they encircle us
They wanna tell you secrets
Wanna tell you secrets now (x2)

The little one he tells you
Oh the little one he tells you
That I wanna love you somehow
Wanna love you somehow (x2)

[Chorus 2]
Love you somehow
Love you somehow

[Bridge]

[Outro]
We're going
Deeper now, deeper now
Deeper now, deeper now, (deeper now) (x12)

Deeper now
Deeper now
Deeper now
Deeper now
Track Name: Swept Away
You're being swept away, By the sea,
you're being swept away, away from me,

you want a better life,
than I can give,
you want a better life,
learn to live.
Track Name: Catch Me
Try as you might,
you're never going to catch me.

Catch me.

Take all your time,
you're never going to play me.

Play me.

Try as you might
you're never going to catch me.

Catch me.