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The Sea, The Sea

The Sea, The Sea

Indie / Folk / Americana Albany, NY  US
How Will We Know (LIVE)
How Will We Know (LIVE)
Love We Are We Love
Love We Are We Love
Guess It Was
Guess It Was
Restless Heart
Restless Heart
If I Go (Chicago)
If I Go (Chicago)


How Will We Know (LIVE)



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  • Kindred Spirit (Artist)
    Kindred Spirit
    Nice work guys. Lovely vocal harmonies!
  • Mia Lotus (Artist)
    Mia Lotus
    You have very beautiful voices and poetry!
  • Chuck Brunicardi (Artist)
    Chuck Brunicardi
    "Guess It Was" feathery vocal floats on a wind of harmonies and superb production The Sea, the Sea. Love it in LA. best wishes.
  • John Ostertag (Artist)
    John Ostertag
    I would love to be there as the recording came about.great tunes
  • Dustin Betzner Acoustic (Artist)
    Dustin Betzner Acoustic
    Good stuff guys, just showing some local love..
  • BEIGE FISH (Artist)
    excellent musicianship- great sound and performance !! cheers BF


  • Love We Are We Love


Sounds Like: The Swell Season Official, The Weepies, The Civil Wars, Fleet Foxes, Regina Spektor

Bio: The Sea The Sea, Chuck E. Costa and Mira Stanley, are an indie folk-pop duo-band. Merging the lyrical integrity of your favorite modern day troubadours with creative, vibrant arrangements and stunning harmonies featuring what Huffington Post calls, “Two of the loveliest male-female voices you mig...See Full Bio

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Twitter_icon_for_status: Love to @BahamasMusic @weqx @WAMCRadio & @the_linda for all the magic And to @yuliyapeshkova for this lovely photo. http://t.co/FrtBLw2tCG

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Q: Where does your group name come from?

A: The name comes from an Ancient Greek story about soldiers returning from a difficult battle inland. When they saw the ocean they knew they were safe, and that'd they'd made it home. Someone cried "the sea! the sea!" -- so, it's a cry of joy :) Thanks for asking! c&m

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