Ocean Park Standoff

Hollywood Records artist Ocean Park Standoff will be kicking off a month-long tour with Irish rock band, Kodaline, which will begin on November 14th in Los Angeles at the Belasco theatre.  The band will be joining Kodaline on their “Politics of Living” tour through December 8th with shows in New York, Chicago, Boston, Washington, Toronto, Montreal and more.   Tickets for all dates are on-sale now.  For additional ticket purchase info, please visit Oceanparkstandoff.com.

Ocean Park Standoff recently released a new music video for If You Were Mine”, their latest single featuring acclaimed hip-hop recording artist Lil Yachty.  To date, the video has already surpassed 4.7 million views and the single itself has accumulated 8.7 million overall audio streams, charted at #26 on the Hot AC chart and hit #24 on Billboard’s Adult Pop Songs chart.   Many remember OPS’s much buzzed about 2017 debut single “Good News”, which now boasts over 35 million streams online.  With “If You Were Mine”, the band continues to display their undeniable ability at creating catchy pop-tunes while fusing together multiple genres.  The band recently performed the new single on CONAN and they just returned from a multi-city nationwide tour with Plain White T’s.

Each of the artists behind Ocean Park Standoff comes from a world all their own. A self-taught producer who built his own studio in the basement as a kid, Pete Nappi constructs deeply inventive productions equally inspired by art rock and underground hip-hop. A longtime DJ known for spinning at high-profile gigs around the globe, Samantha Ronson is also a songwriter/multi-instrumentalist who matches her lyrical smarts with a sonic ingenuity rooted in her fascination with obscure vintage instruments. And as a classically trained vocalist, Ethan Thompson has revealed his refined songcraft in penning hits for major artists and performing at singer/songwriter hotspots around L.A.

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