News•October 30, 2021 10:04 AM ET•5,946 views
Being As An Ocean part ways with two founding members, premiere new single
Being As An Ocean have parted ways with both founding guitarist Tyler Ross and founding bassist Ralph Sica. Remaining members Joel Quartuccio and Michael McGough have issued the following statement:
"Being As An Ocean has always held one thing constant in our time as a band, change. We have always pushed ourselves out of our comfort zones, never afraid to try new things. It is part of what has made us who we are as a band and as people.
"That being said, another time of change and growth has come for us. It is with a solemn heart that we inform you all that Tyler and Ralph have chosen to part ways with the band. It has been a beautiful 10 years of music, touring, and doing life together that we will always remember fondly and cherish deeply. We wish them the best in all of their future endeavors.
"Being As An Ocean will carry on. We are as determined, focused, and energized as ever to continue showcasing our passions, lives, and art with any and all who would choose to engage with our band. We have an exciting year of anniversaries, touring, and new music for all of you planned in 2022 and are elated to be able to share it all with you very soon. Stay tuned."
To coincide with the beginning of their new era, Being As An Ocean have issued a new single titled "Lost" in conjunction with Out Of Line Music. Produced by Sam Pura and mixed by Phil Gornell, the track and its music video are available here:
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