Two brilliant forces in the indie music scene are joining their powers to bring an exciting summer tour to a city near you.
New York natives Mae Krell and April Rose have each achieved their own fantastic successes over the past few years and if you've never heard of them before, you'll wonder why you haven't. Long Island-born storyteller April is the edgy clear-voiced frontwoman of dark modern rock band The Rose Monarch, which is riding the wave of their introspective 2017 EP Echoes From the End and recently landed a feature on NPR's All Things Considered blog. 19-year-old songwriter Mae is a budding solo artist with a poignant single titled "Monsters" that has achieved nearly 300k streams on Spotify and recently released their emotionally relevant debut EP Anabasis.
Together the two talented artists and friends will journey through the U.S. on an extensive 34-date tour, which they officially kick off tonight in Boonton, NJ. Singer-songwriter and award-winning LGBTQ activist Ryan Cassata will join them on select dates. Check out the full list below:
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