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Exclusive Interview: The Seafloor Cinema at Family Daycation

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Still buzzing on the post-concert high of the Family Daycation Festival, taking place adjacent to the ice cold rivers of Northern California in a small campground, we joined with The Seafloor Cinema just after their performance.

The Sacramento-based mathcore band had just announced their signing to Pure Noise Records and the drop of not one, but two new singles. Each track offered a new perspective for the band– “Drip God,” written by guitarist, Seth, over a session of procrastination from studies, and “Tap Tapply,” with its shining and clean vocals contrasting the blend of beautifully alluring guitars and drums.

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  1. […] And after, The Seafloor Cinema carried an air of authority as the sun began its decent on the horizon. The wind blew through their flowing hair with ease as they performed with a contagion of vigor buried from within. They expressed their glee in being back on the live stage in their movements and ease in performing, and their vocals gripped the audience with every word. We chatted with them later in the evening about their upcoming releases. View the full interview here. […]

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