The hugely talented British & Danish duo Oceans are back on disco:wax with ‘Deep Blue’; a melodic house record full of depth. Taking tropical rhythms that intertwine with a Vitamin D-soaked melody primed for the sunshine ‘Deep Blue’ combines a cocktail of warm vocals, emotional piano chords and punchy sub-bass movements creating tinkering sounds that breathe life into their very own fruitful, heartfelt genre.
Personifying a perfect summer by capturing the memories and good times before they are lost, ‘Deep Blue’ urges you to dive into creating your own recipe of love, travel and adventure that the season often brings before these emotions fly away; a feeling that the project of Oceans will continue to instill. For dynamic duo of Kiz Singh and Jacob Ubizz, who make up the artist outfit Oceans, it was important for the guys to feature their creative process within the visual representation of the track, every melody and vocal from Kiz merging with every beat and chord from Jacob for a track that speaks to it’s audience with vigor, affection and passion. Earmarked as YouTube #ArtistOnTheRise and selected by MTV for their ‘Hottest Videos’ rotation selection, Ocean’s ambition with their music is to leave fans with an indelible soundtrack to the good life.
As ‘Deep Blue’ creates a show-stopping sequel for Oceans, the single leads on from the guys hugely successful ‘Cold Ain’t For Me’ that has amassed a combined 40 million+ streams and counting across both Spotify and YouTube. The single was also found strong worldwide chart list support and was rated as one of Capital Xtra’s hottest songs of 2017 so far in the UK alongside releases from the likes of Calvin Harris, Pharrell Williams, Disciples, Steve Aoki & Lewis Tomlinson, proving the high-ranking stature and magical production level that flows from the London and Copenhagen based pairing of Oceans.
Touching on both the audio and visual aspect of ‘Deep Blue’, the forthcoming release also brings some stunning visuals to the fore. A collaborative effort between Oceans and esteemed director of photography Morgan Oliver-Allen, the impressive video shot in the ever-striking Los Angeles setting follows creatives and tells their story through a lens of vibrant, positive emotion that interweaves a narrative of love and artistry.
Photo Credit: Flemming Leitorp