Maybe, this song is relevant to a drama movie ending. Or if you looking for an easy listening music before you sleep.
So, let’s check this one: “Wash Me Away” by Old Sea Brigade from the same name EP “Wash Me Away” 2017.
Hi! We recently played and filmed a few songs one night on my porch. Here’s the first video of the series. Hope you enjoy.
- Old Sea Brigade
When I wake up
Will I find that the diggings of this excavation
Have come to haunt me
We’ll hurry on down the line
Where our minds won’t get caught
Some love that came
And f***d my piece of mind
20 years down the road we’ll grow old and see
That the light of the day was so ordinary
Then my ship set sail from a storm ridden bay
Holy water come and wash, wash me away
Will you wait up
Can you carry my mind as far as you can
Maybe for the weekend
It’s sitting on a lot of dust
Waiting on a good reason
To come back home
I’m beside myself again
- Once Again
- Wash Me Away
- All the Same
- Wishing Well
- Laying Here
Old Sea Brigade is Atlanta raised, Nashville based singer-songwriter, Ben Cramer. Blending together folk, country, americana, and indie rock, Old Sea Brigade invokes names like Bon Iver, Iron and Wine, and The National. In 2016, after self-releasing his debut EP, Cramer toured the U.S. landing key support slots for Julien Baker, Hiss Golden Messenger and Benjamin Francis Leftwich. Later that year he signed with Nettwerk Music Group and began work on his full-length debut.
Old Sea Brigade released “Wash Me Away EP” in January 2017, which Clash music called, “Gorgeous, meditative songwriting” with “a sense of Southern gothic.”