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Opal Canyon is one of those rare bands that have the ability to transport their listeners to a place where serenity and serendipity exist in tandem, and emotion is expressed openly and abundantly. They evoke gilded landscapes, bringing to mind the aura and expression of Laurel Canyon, Monterey and other evocative environs known for inspiring soothing sentiments shared with both passion and purpose. They're sophisticated soundscapes that offer a respite from the perils of the modern world, finding hope in distant horizons, with sounds and notions that veer from longing and regret, to satisfaction and celebration, while allowing optimism to illuminate the path forward. Only artists that aim for that authenticity can express those sentiments in ways that allow others to feel safe and secure in their embrace. Happily then, with their sophomore album, Tomorrow to the Sea, Opal Canyon - helmed by the husband and wife team of singer and songwriter Debra DeMuth and singer, guitarist and songwriter Dave Houghton - plough the depths of dreams and desires, and in so doing, create a connection that can be shared through it's own radiance and resolve.
Opal Canyon is one of those rare bands that have the ability to transport their listeners to a place where serenity and serendipity exist in tandem, and emotion is expressed openly and abundantly. They evoke gilded landscapes, bringing to mind the aura and expression of Laurel Canyon, Monterey and other evocative environs known for inspiring soothing sentiments shared with both passion and purpose. They're sophisticated soundscapes that offer a respite from the perils of the modern world, finding hope in distant horizons, with sounds and notions that veer from longing and regret, to satisfaction and celebration, while allowing optimism to illuminate the path forward. Only artists that aim for that authenticity can express those sentiments in ways that allow others to feel safe and secure in their embrace. Happily then, with their sophomore album, Tomorrow to the Sea, Opal Canyon - helmed by the husband and wife team of singer and songwriter Debra DeMuth and singer, guitarist and songwriter Dave Houghton - plough the depths of dreams and desires, and in so doing, create a connection that can be shared through it's own radiance and resolve.
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Tomorrow To The Sea
Artist: Opal Canyon
Format: CD
New: Available $13.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Invisible
2. Crickets and Stars
3. Come Ashore
4. Worried Bird
5. Last Hurrah
6. Moon Song Swing
7. Tomorrow to the Sea (Big Hugs)
8. Cool Adventure
9. (Don't Go Back to) Rockville
10. Palm Trees

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Opal Canyon is one of those rare bands that have the ability to transport their listeners to a place where serenity and serendipity exist in tandem, and emotion is expressed openly and abundantly. They evoke gilded landscapes, bringing to mind the aura and expression of Laurel Canyon, Monterey and other evocative environs known for inspiring soothing sentiments shared with both passion and purpose. They're sophisticated soundscapes that offer a respite from the perils of the modern world, finding hope in distant horizons, with sounds and notions that veer from longing and regret, to satisfaction and celebration, while allowing optimism to illuminate the path forward. Only artists that aim for that authenticity can express those sentiments in ways that allow others to feel safe and secure in their embrace. Happily then, with their sophomore album, Tomorrow to the Sea, Opal Canyon - helmed by the husband and wife team of singer and songwriter Debra DeMuth and singer, guitarist and songwriter Dave Houghton - plough the depths of dreams and desires, and in so doing, create a connection that can be shared through it's own radiance and resolve.
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