White colored Sea may be the single task of L.A. vocalist/songwriter Morgan Kibby, who’s best known on her behalf are vocalist and keyboardist for French digital action M83. After initial showing up under her very own name being a single musician in 2003, Kibby’s preliminary EP was extended and re-adapted double under several music group names, the final which was the Romanovs. Following 2007 discharge of their lone record, …As well as the Moon Was Hungry…, Kibby started her cooperation with M83, offering keys, arrangements, and many songs with their 2008 record Saturdays=Youth. Following a few months of touring with M83 in ’09 2009, she came back house and begun to furnish a house studio room, where she documented the tracks that could comprise Light Sea’s debut EP, 2010’s This Frontier. Her brand-new material was considerably unique of her earlier use the Romanovs, implementing even more of a cinematic, dance-oriented audio that she started with M83. Following the EP’s discharge, she divided her time taken between remixing monitors for other performers (College of Seven Bells, Lord Huron, Manchester Orchestra) beneath the Light Ocean moniker and rejoining M83 because of their 2011 record Rush Up, We’re Fantasizing. IN-MAY 2014, Kibby released In Cool Blood, the initial full-length record from Light Sea. The next year, she started launching singles and movies within her Postcards from Nowhere series, which expanded into 2016. That calendar year also saw the discharge of Bang Gang, a provocative film by movie director Eva Husson that highlighted music by Kibby. In 2017, she gathered the Postcards from Nowhere music and additional monitors for Light Sea’s second record, Tropical Odds.