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Capgun Coup singer Sam Martin releasing a solo LP (watch the video for “Bye Bye”)

Sam Martin

You may remember late-2000s indie rock band Capgun Coup, who hailed from Omaha and shared the stage with many other bands from that scene (Bright Eyes, Tilly and the Wall, etc) during their existence. Their singer, Sam Martin, is now taking the solo route and will release a new album, A Notion in an Ocean, this fall via Make Believe Recordings. One of that album’s singles, “Bye Bye,” is on the more chilled-out side of Sam’s songwriting and it’s just been given a quirky music video which includes Sam fully clothed in a bubble bath. The song is already stuck in our head. The video premieres in this post.

Listen and watch, along with the album’s tracklist, below…

Sam Martin – “Bye Bye” Official Video

A Notion in an Ocean Tracklist:
1. Intro (A notion in an ocean)
2. Lucky hands
3. Bullshit
4. I like to hide
5 Bye Bye
6. Green blues
7. Oh, Lord
8. Blown away
9. Morbid masters
10. Been a drunk
11. Leaves alone
12. we drink wine
13. In defense of my gambling
14. Suzzie is a booze queen
15. Where to go
16. New york city

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