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Big Ideas - The Boxer Rebellion - Ocean By Ocean (CD, Album)

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  1. Awesome sounds! Can't wait for the album! Big Ideas. Users who like Big Ideas; Users who reposted Big Ideas; Playlists containing Big Ideas; More tracks like Big Ideas; License: all-rights-reserved.
  2. Ocean by Ocean is the fifth album by The Boxer Rebellion, released on 29 April On 15 February , they showcased two tracks to be taken from the album, "Keep Me Close", followed by "Big Ideas", the latter being the first single off the record. When talking about "Big Ideas", Nathan Nicholson stated that "it's about meeting someone special but at the wrong time in your life.
  3. Listen to your favorite songs from Ocean by Ocean by The Boxer Rebellion Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  4. May 14,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Pink translucent Vinyl release of Ocean By Ocean on Discogs/5(48).
  5. Highly regarded indie musicians The Boxer Rebellion are releasing their fifth studio album, Ocean by Ocean on April The meltdown that was the music industry world circa forced The Boxer Rebellion to be nimble in finding some way other then the prior well beaten path to survive.
  6. Apr 28,  · Thank goodness for the Alt Nation channel on SiriusXM, or I might never have discovered The Boxer Rebellion. "Big Ideas," the lead single from this new album, was the track I heard on Alt Nation, and the one that drove me to buy "Ocean by Ocean." In a word: fantastic!/5(52).
  7. Apr 29,  · Awash with echoing guitars and cinematic production, Boxer Rebellion’s fifth studio album is a melancholy masterpiece. With Nathan Nicholson's lovelorn lyrics and bittersweet falsetto front-and-center, it’s easy to get lost in the shadowy, synth-fogged haze of pensive ballads like “Pull Yourself Together” and “Keep Me Close.”.
  8. Their first album since adding guitarist Andrew Smith, Ocean By Ocean finds them at a crossroad somewhere between U2 at their most minimal and Coldplay's fusion of rock and electronic ambiance. With an in-yer-face '80s wink 'n' nod with their neon-colored style and new wave aesthetic, they're now at their most mellow, and their chilly synths lay a blanket of cold air over guitars that sound like surf by .

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