Hidden away on an island in the Outer Hebrides, Calum Buchanan is The Sea Atlas.
Residing in his ancestral home in the North Atlantic, The Sea Atlas skippers boats up and down the West coast of Scotland, working the land on his croft, all the while writing and recording his own brand of hauntingly beautiful tracks, locked away in a cabin on the shores of a sea loch.
When the storms batter his home, that’s when he works, the energy of the island resonating in the music, creating the atmosphere that shape The Sea Atlas, a map of sheltered havens to open expanses that brave the harshest storms.
‘Ripped Jeans’ is the urgent, heartfelt – and heartbroken – opener to a new EP release that will follow later this year, and it makes quite the introduction to a unique new artist waiting to be unearthed. Listen here
‘Ripped Jeans’ is out this March 30th, and The Sea Atlas will head out with a full band for select Scottish shows this spring. More live dates and details on his upcoming EP are set to follow later in the year.