Hershey, Pennsylvania alternate pop music group the Sea Blue were created in 1987 by vocalist/guitarist David Schelzel, keyboardist Steve Lau, and bassist Bobby Mittan, longtime schoolmates who distributed an devotion for university radio favorites including U2, Echo & the Bunnymen, the Smiths, and R.E.M. With the help of drummer Rob Minnig, the group authorized to Sire the next 12 months, issuing its self-titled 1989 debut within weeks of graduating senior high school; the record instantly found prefer on alternative radio, notching the strikes “Between Something and Nothing at all” and “Drifting, Dropping.” The Sea Blue’s sophomore work, Cerulean, made an appearance in 1991, carrying on the atmospheric strategy of its forerunner; the title monitor performed well on the present day rock charts, even though album didn’t graph. Beneath the Tempo and Audio surfaced 2 yrs later, using the video for “Sublime” getting an MTV preferred. Released in 1994, the Peacefulness and Light EP shut out the Sea Blue’s Sire agreement, and was also Lau’s last recording using the group — he still left to create his very own label (Kinetic). Guitarist/keyboardist Oed Ronne was recruited because of their 1996 Mercury debut Start to see the Sea Blue; 1999’s Davy Jones’ Locker made an appearance around the band’s personal Sea Blue label ahead of becoming reissued and written by March Information/What Are Information? in early 2001. This is accompanied by the six-song EP Waterworks in 2004, offering fresh drummer Peter Anderson, who changed Rob Minnig. In 2013, the Sea Blue returned using the full-length studio recording Ultramarine.