LA-based musician Cassie Marin is back with her latest single “Every Time I See The Ocean.” An ode to her upbringing near the beach, the record sees her searching for acceptance in a world where people expect you to remain the same, finding comfort in change, and finding strength in solitude and pain.
“I didn’t have anyone to play with as a child, but somehow the ocean had a presence so strong I forgot about my feelings of loneliness when I would swim in it. I remember daydreaming underwater and using my imagination in ways that felt so close to magic,” Cassie Marin shares. “I felt I metamorphosed in there. To this day I really do change drastically when I visit the ocean, it’s like taking a vitamin that induces me to refresh and be deeply honest with myself. This song is that to me, a dip into an underwater daydream.“
“Every Time I See The Ocean” is Cassie’s first release of the new year, arriving months after her October release of “Tanto.” Both songs are slated to appear on her forthcoming album, which will be her first project since 2017’s Plastique Days. With these new songs, Cassie takes a propulsive leap with her songwriting, opening up about her most private battles and innermost thoughts. In the meantime, listen to “Every Time I See The Ocean” below.
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