Hailing from Asbury Park, NJ (house of Bruce Springsteen), the Cold Seas is definitely primarily the brainchild of guitarist, vocalist, and primary songwriter Chad Sabo, who also started out single, publishing his folky demos to Facebook and SoundCloud. Through a pal, his music captured the interest of Roc Country, which in 2014 agreed upon him to a posting deal and instantly picked up one of is own songs, “CONSTANT,” for Rihanna to record on her behalf record Anti. Sabo also created the recording. Then set about piecing together a music group, recruiting players he previously met through the neighborhood gig circuit: guitarist Erik Rudic, bassist Matt Castoral, and drummer Nash Breen. Christening themselves the Cool Seas, the quartet performed their first present at Asbury Park’s Wunderbar in Dec 2014. They released their debut EP, Afterglow, the next calendar year — three monitors of spacy, relatively psychedelic indie rock and roll using a vaguely vintage experience. They toured with fellow Jerseyites Shield for Rest, and early in 2017, released their debut one “Catacombs,” disclosing a more artificial, synth-heavy direction.