The Deli Presents : Queen Of Jeans Residency w/ Suburban Living

The Deli Presents : Queen Of Jeans Residency w/ Suburban Living

Queen Of Jeans, The Soft Spots, Julia Rainer

Fri 5/6

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$7.00 - $10.00

Suburban Living
Suburban Living
Suburban Living aka Wesley Bunch recently relocated to Philadelphia from Virginia Beach, VA. Bunch released the highly acclaimed EP, Copper's Dream in 2012, followed by the "Always Eyes" 7" single in 2013 on Dialog Records. In the past year, Suburban Living has toured frequently up and down the East Coast, and made appearances at CMJ, SXSW and multiple festival dates in Japan. After which Bunch returned to Virginia Beach to record his self-titled debut record at EarthSound Studios with good friend and engineer Mark Padgett. With the full-length album, Suburban Living enters a new saga with a refined "Dream Pop" sound - darker, with a more personal lyrical approach.
Queen Of Jeans
Queen of Jeans is a female-fronted quartet from South Philadelphia. With 60's girl group-influenced vocal harmonies and textured melodic pop instrumentation, the Queens seamlessly blend the best of denimcore and crockpot pop. They're also probably your mom's favorite band, but they don't like to make a big deal out of it.
The Soft Spots
The Soft Spots are a three piece band based out of Philadelphia PA. Armed with a drum machine, ukulele, multiple synths, guitar, bass, three part harmonies, and an array of effects pedals, The Soft Spots play a blend of shoegaze, and electronic post-punk, with an exotic twist.

Consisting of three life-long friends Shane, Corey Pace, and Truong Ta, The Soft Spots just released their first EP "Gently Down The Stream," and they are ready to wrap the world in a soft, warm, blanket of love and never stop dreaming. They also just released their first official music video for the sun-soaked single, "Getaway," and have a follow up EP "Life Is But A Dream," set for a springtime 2015 release.
Julia Rainer
Julia Rainer is a Singer/Songwriter from Philadelphia who combines her powerful, yet sultry, voice with her Neil Young style guitar playing to create a unique sound. Her lyrics are dark and emotional, and her sound combines folk, soul, blues, and the bare bones country sound of Hank Williams.
After playing in a few bands in the Philly music scene, she embarked on her solo career, releasing her first EP "Noise & Smoke" in 2010, and her recent release "Now, I'll Be Free" in April of 2015.
Venue Information:
Bourbon and Branch
705 North 2nd Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19123

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