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making whimsical surf-pop may seem like a daunting task when you live states away from the nearest beach, but guitarist and vocalist jared corder was determined to make the music reminiscent of his california birthplace.. The new band (inspired after corder's mild success with former band, oh no no), was always intended to be jared, andy herrin on drums, with female harmony vocals reminiscent of 1960s west coast beach pop..

while working on new sounds with producer, gregory lattimer [albert hammond jr., kink ador, the gills, the grayces], it was suggested that corder’s wife, kristyn sing in the band. corder immediately asked kristyn to be the missing member of the band.

the trio once described by the nashville scene as (“dick dale’s snot-nosed grandkids”) tracked a single and two additional tracks with lattimer in a basement of their hometown of east nashville in late 2012. the band's first single “12345678” was released in march of ’13 2 weeks early, after getting out to local media and began receiving airplay on the local favorite radio station, lightning 100.

The Sun and The Sea

When The Graduate disbanded we decided that we still wanted to keep writing music together. These seven songs are all instrumental demos that were recorded by us over the course of the past several months. Any money that is donated will go back into us producing more music. Currently, we have a few other projects in the works as well, but the four of us plan to keep making music together.



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