“I wrote this song the first month after my divorce,” said Inner Oceans. “‘Islands 777’ was the epiphany moment that flew me above the clouds where I could see a new horizon. It altered my perspective and alchemized the loss into something transcendent – where the sea of love dominates.”
Griffith Snyder heads this project that is, itself, a monument towards the grand beauty and farcicality that could be: ‘life’. The landscapes of synth and drums, grizzles your ambition for tagging along. A journey where one has seen, but many can relate – that is what Inner Oceans – a Summa Cum Laude student for the tragic and then maybe, ultimate contentment – can translate so well, to our ears of needs and desperations.
“I wanted to make songs that my 10 year old self would think are rad.”
Inner Oceans’ mid-fi headphone landscapes balance genre-bending sonic textures with pop that makes being ‘rad’, delicious.