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Delta Rae Release Sophomore Album After It All & Announce US Tour!
Delta Rae
Critically acclaimed North Carolina 6-piece Delta Rae has released their sophomore record, After It All, via Sire/Warner Bros. Records.   Produced by Peter Katis (Interpol, The National), Rob Cavallo (Fleetwood Mac, Green Day), and Julian Raymond (2015 GRAMMY Award for Best Country Song).
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After It All via iTunes:
http://smarturl.it/DRAfterItAll
Our goals for the record were to make something cinematic, romantic and American,” band member Eric Holljes says. The record began as a concept album, a story of young lovers who fall on hard times during the recent recession, but throughout the process it became clear that Delta Rae’s music had to tell stories as the band was personally experiencing them. “We kept coming back to ourselves as we were writing,” says vocalist Brittany Holljes. “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.”
While the album has the same “unique blend of blue-eyed soul and Americana rock” that Rolling Stone loved on the first record, the band pushed themselves to create something even bigger for After It All. “We stretched ourselves immensely for this record,” Brittany says. “You can feel everyone’s heart in every moment. You can sense that all the pieces of the puzzle are important for the picture the album paints.”
Since their sensational 2012 debut Carry the Fire, Delta Rae has been traveling constantly, bringing their incredible live performance to sold-out crowds around the globe. They’re returning to the road this week, kicking off their headline tour April 9 in Philadelphia, and continuing across the country for the next few months, first alongside opener Greg Holden, and then Liz Longley. A list of confirmed dates is below, and tickets for all headline dates are on sale now.

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Upcoming U.S. Tour Dates:
04/09 Theatre of the Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA*
04/10 9:30 Club – Washington, DC*
04/14 Webster Hall – New York, NY*
04/17 Higher Ground – Burlington, VT*
04/18 Royale Boston – Boston, MA*
04/19 Sweetwater 420 Festival @ Centennial Olympic Park – Atlanta, GA
04/21 The Rivoli – Toronto, ON*
04/23 Royal Oak Music Theatre – Royal Oak, MI*
04/24 Metro Chicago – Chicago, IL*
04/25 Majestic Theatre – Madison, WI*
04/28 First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN*
04/30 Deluxe @ Old National Centre – Indianapolis, IN*
05/01 City Winery – Nashville, TN*
05/07 Neighborhood Theatre – Charlotte, NC*
05/09 The Ritz – Raleigh, NC*
06/07 Harborfest – Norfolk, VA^
06/11 The Grey Eagle – Asheville, NC^
06/13 Music Farm – Charleston, SC^
06/15 WorkPlay Theatre – Birmingham, AL^
06/16 Duling Hall – Jackson, MS^
06/18 Fitzgerald’s – Houston, TX^
06/19 Emo’s – Austin, TX^
06/20 The Kessler Theater – Dallas, TX^
06/22 One Eyed Jacks – New Orleans, LA^
06/23 Soul Kitchen – Mobile, AL^
06/25 The Orpheum – Ybor City, FL^
06/26 Parker Playhouse – Ft. Lauderdale, FL^
06/27 The Social – Orlando, FL^
06/30 Kelly’s Restaurant – Nags Head, NC^*with opener Greg Holden
^with opener Liz Longley
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