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Seachange formed in Nottingham, United Kingdom in 1999.
In late March 2007, the band announced their decision to split, citing external pressures and increasing involvement with other projects. Also mentioned was the fact that several members where working on a new project together.
Daniel, David, Neil and Simon went on to form Dearest in 2007. A final collection of Seachange songs, The Stars Whiteout, was released digitally in August 2008.
Pitchfork, reviewing the 2004 album Lay of the Land, found the album mixed and gave it a rating of 5.6. Drowned in Sound had a higher opinion rating it 7 and saying its songs 'inspire the imagination'.
- Dan Eastop (vocals)
- Adam Cormack (guitar)
- Dave Gray (guitar)
- James Vyner (bass)
- Neil Wells (multiple instruments)
- Simon Aldcroft (drums)
- Johanna Woodnutt (violin)
- Lay of the Land (2004, Matador)
- On Fire, With Love (2006, for Europe: Glitterhouse)
- The Stars Whiteout (2008, A Is For Artist) digital
- Disband in Bonn 2007 (2007, Glitterhouse)
- "A vs. Co10" (2004, Gringo Records)
- "Superfuck" (2004, Radiate)
- "News from Nowhere" (2004, Matador)
- Glitterball EP (2003, Matador)
- Fields, Chaos and Brown (2006, A is for Artist)
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- "The Pastures | Dearest". dearest1.bandcamp.com. Retrieved 4 December 2016.
- "Album Review: Seachange - Lay of the Land / Releases / Releases // Drowned In Sound". drownedinsound.com. Retrieved 4 December 2016.
- "Seachange - The Stars Whiteout (File, MP3) at Discogs". discogs.com. Retrieved 4 December 2016.
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