"The atmospheric, contemplative song has a bridge that evokes thoughts of Sgt. Pepper, and the bluesy guitar break is an unexpected musical curve ball." -- Bill Kopp, Musoscribe, contributing editor at Goldmine: The Collectors Record and CD Marketplace, and Jazz & Prog Editor at BLURT magazine.

"'To the Sea' features the stirring strum of a ukulele surrounded by a misty ambience." -- Beverly Paterson, Something Else Reviews


You can see the edge of the world from here, from here
Everything becomes so clear when you hear what you hear
Waves sing to me,  sweet melody
Sight and sound anchor me to the sea

Looking back so far below, to the shore, evermore
Cliffs are crumbling, slowly slip to the foam, taking my home 
Miles underground, deep diving sound
Earth returns eternally to the sea

The city arises, untied from the land
Lifted and drifting, a gossamer caravan 
Airships like thunderclouds all around me
Mem’ries rain down as the old world descends to the sea

You can see the end of the world from here, from here
Glass and steel yield to surf and bone and foam and fear
Sirens beguile, exhort and exile
Call me on and follow me to the sea

Music: Stoeckel, Carson, Gordon
Lyrics: Stoeckel

Stoeckel: lead vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboards, bass
Gordon: backing vocals
Carson: keyboards, drums
Tinnel: acoustic guitar, electric guitar

Mix: Stoeckel