Indie-jangle pop ensemble Julie Ocean (the name of the band, not really a vocalist,) structured their functions in Washington, D.C. for the scant couple of years of their lifetime. Initially Friendship Rose Shop, called for an area retail florist, they changed to Julie Sea, inspired with a song in the early-’80s North Ireland group the Undertones. Early affects for the group are the Beatles, the Ramones, Orange Juice, Aztec Surveillance camera, and Traveling Nuns. Bandmembers experienced known one another as soon as 1990 through Peter Cortner, the vocalist from Dag Nasty. By no means a touring group, Julie Sea remained an area cult music group, with some out of city dates within the Eastern Seaboard, starting for the Dirtbombs, Apples in Stereo system and Fifty percent Japanese. Their only recording OVER & Nearly There is made by Geoff Sanoff — whose credits consist of Luna, Fountains of Wayne, and the trick Devices — for the Philadelphia centered Transit of Venus label and written by Redeye Press. Julie Sea comprises former Speed Woman and High-Back Seats guitarist and vocalist Jim Spellman, ex-Saturday People, Tree Fort Angst, and Glo-Worm guitarist and vocalist Terry Banking institutions, previous Weatherhead bassist Hunter Bennett, drummer Alex Daniels, who previously caused Swiz, Severin, and Sweetbelly Freakdown. The music group dissolved in 2008 when Jim Spellman relocated to Denver, CO to have a placement with CNN.