Posted in Press Releases on 23 January 2015
Indie pop artist Genevieve invites you to explore her newly independent, confident debut solo EP Show Your Colors--a triumphant collection of five songs that focus on the power of believing in yourself, and in the power of each of us to change for the better. ?
On the EP, fans will uncover a staggering collection of stories that paint a vibrant portrait of the singer/songwriter, building from the simplistic beauty hidden amidst the everyday, like cross-country car rides, quiet libraries, airports, the ends of phone calls and the beginnings of movies?:
"I wanted a lot of imagery in the music, a blend of organic and synthetic elements, with colorful tones and textures." - Genevieve
Catch a live set by GENEVIEVE on her forthcoming headlining tour in your city!
Feb 04, 2015 2 Rockwood Music Hall New York, NY
Feb 05, 2015: Albany, NY @ The Hollow
Feb 06, 2015: Philadelphia, PA @ MilkBoy
Feb 07, 2015: Cambridge, MA @ TT The Bears
Feb 09, 2015: Vienna, VA @ Jammin Java
Feb 10, 2015: Raleigh, NC @ Kings Barcade
Feb 11, 2015: Charlotte, NC @ The Evening Muse
Feb 12, 2015: Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits
Feb 13-17, 2015: Miami, FL @ Train Sail Across the Sun Cruise
Feb 18, 2015: Columbus, OH @ The Basement at Promowest
Feb 19, 2015: Indianapolis, IN @ The HI-FI
Feb 20, 2015: Chicago, IL @ Schubas
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