The New York City band Sea Ray released two albums, a self-titled one in 1997 and 2003’s Stars At Noon, before breaking up in 2005. But they’re back with their first new music in two decades, tied to the 20th anniversary of Stars At Noon. The album is being reissued via Bodan Kuma Records later this year, which will entail its first-ever vinyl pressing. The digital reissue of the album contains two newly recorded songs, ones that they used to play live but never saw an official release. One of those, “Lashes,” is out today.
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