Opulent soundscape creator Rob Grant has released his new single, Deep Ocean Swells, out via Decca Records. It is the fourth single to be taken from his upcoming debut album, Lost At Sea, following the release of Setting Sail On A Distant Horizon, Poetry Of Wind And Waves and The Mermaids Lullaby. The record drops on Friday 9th June. The new single was produced by Luke Howard and it features the Budapest Art Orchestra.
Speaking about Deep Ocean Swells, Grant said: “I recorded Deep Ocean Swells at the Conway Studios on a beautiful Steinway grand. The piano was able to capture the deep bass notes that rise and fall like the heartbeat of the ocean. If you listen with your eyes closed, you can feel the ocean lifting you up and then rhythmically falling as you are carried away into a dream by the deep swells. Luke Howard added his own magic and beautiful textures to this composition with the Budapest Art Orchestra.”
Check out new tune Deep Ocean Swells below:
Grant, who is the father of international icon Lana Del Rey, has enlisted a range of talent to contribute to the making of his debut album. Features and writing credits include his daughter Lana Del Rey, while production credits include Jack Antonoff, Luke Howard, Laura Sisk, and Zach Dawes.
Now signed to Decca Records, Rob Grant is set to embark on his next venture as he delves into his newfound career in music. Decca Records boasts an array of world class piano-based artists, including Max Richter, Ludovico Einaudi, Ólafur Arnalds, and Jeff Goldblum and, with its rich tradition of recording piano music from all musical genres, it is the natural home for Rob Grant’s individual artistry.