The Ocean Cure Release New Single "Huntress" Off EP
Based in Toronto, Canada, The Ocean Cure, consisting of members Pauline Taylor (Vocals), Casius Wray-Muto (Bass/Unclean-Vocals), Mike Di Monte (Guitar/Vocals), and Nicola Sudano (Drums/Programming), offer a vast sound of post-hardcore and metalcore sensibilities, with a dash of prog and a sprinkle of pop. Last month, they announced their brand new EP, RE: Discover, set for release on June 14, 2019. The 5-track EP was produced and mixed by Sam Guiana, and is a reinvention of what The Ocean Cure is all about. The EP confronts a variety of themes like anxiety, the fear of not being in control of oneself, being a caretaker of the planet, the ability to persevere against all odds, and moments of regeneration.
Today, they are thrilled to share another single off the EP, "Huntress" which was inspired by the ancient myth of Pandora's Box. The character opens the box and inadvertently unleashes terrifying monsters into the world. Lead singer Pauline's interpretation is that Pandora was subsequently sent down to earth and ordered to track down and trap the monsters that she had unleashed, thus she became a monster hunter. This song loosely touches on sleep paralysis and the fear of not being in control, similar to the themes of anxiety seen throughout the EP, which ties into the realities created within dreams. Fans can watch the brand new video for "Huntress" here!