A product of the Californian sunshine, Beach Rock band Safety Orange have been proudly jamming across the US since ‘96. Founded through a love for surfing and good music, their laid-back, reggae-tinged approach to rock has seen them record three studio albums, spread their sound across the country, and broadcast good vibes to listeners around the globe.
Founded in San Diego, California by surfing buddies Harry Elmore and Sol Turpin. Over the years, Safety Orange have gone on to craft out a sound truly unique to themselves – strong on the downbeat, soulfully uplifting and wrapped up in reggae-rock tones that intertwine with lashings of punk, ska, and Latin music.
Like most great stories, the one of Safety Orange was birthed by chance. After a surf session, Sol was promptly asked to step in on bass by co-founder Harry. It wasn’t long before the duo played at a friend's house party, where they proceeded to tear the roof off and alter the very course of their musical lives. Since then, Safety Orange has never looked back – they fell in love with playing music for others, and Sol has since strived to bring the Safety Orange sound to others across the globe.
From their 1997 debut offering 'Life As a Fish’, their sophomore 2005 album 'Troll Rock High', to the 'State of Where I Am', Safety Orange have had their sights on raising the bar for their signature sound. Their third and most recent album which included worldwide phenomenon 'Hotel Whatever You Like', went on to receive over 4 million streams in a short amount of time, and they’ve since gone on to release 36 singles thus far. With an output of over 3 CDs worth of music, and more scheduled for release on their imprint Wabasa Records, Safety Orange show no signs of slowing down.
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