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CEG Presents Delta Rae

05/18/18 | 7:00 PM

Gramercy Theatre

127 E. 23rd St. Map

917-406-0914

$27 and up


18-05-2018 12:00:00 18-05-2018 12:00:00 America/New_York CEG Presents Delta Rae | 7:00 PM The landscape of America is sprawling and vast, reflecting a storied past and a looming sense of possibility for the future. That topography and what it can represent is the basis for Delta Rae's second album, After It All, a collection of songs that looks to the folklore and romance of the American frontier as a means of understanding our angst about what is yet to come. It began as a concept album, a story of young lovers who fall on hard times during the recent recession, but throughout the writing and recording process it became clear that Delta Rae's music had to tell stories as the band was personally experiencing them. "Our goals for the record were to make something cinematic, romantic and American," Eric says. "And to make music that we love, which is an ever-changing goal, but something we strive toward." Brittany adds, "We kept coming back to ourselves as we were writing. These songs were integral to our own stories in our own lives. It had to be an honest reflection of what we were feeling instead of being projected onto characters we created. http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=274199 Gramercy Theatre Gramercy Theatre

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The landscape of America is sprawling and vast, reflecting a storied past and a looming sense of possibility for the future. That topography and what it can represent is the basis for Delta Rae's second album, After It All, a collection of songs that looks to the folklore and romance of the American frontier as a means of understanding our angst about what is yet to come. It began as a concept album, a story of young lovers who fall on hard times during the recent recession, but throughout the writing and recording process it became clear that Delta Rae's music had to tell stories as the band was personally experiencing them.

"Our goals for the record were to make something cinematic, romantic and American," Eric says. "And to make music that we love, which is an ever-changing goal, but something we strive toward." Brittany adds, "We kept coming back to ourselves as we were writing. These songs were integral to our own stories in our own lives. It had to be an honest reflection of what we were feeling instead of being projected onto characters we created.

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