Influential Virginia rock band Mae will be lighting up the stage at The Small Ballroom with their Multi-sensory Aesthetic Experience as part of their national tour in March next year.
It’s been 10 years since the release of their highly regarded album The Everglow and to celebrate the band will play the record in its entirety.
“Ten years ago we released “The Everglow” into the world as both an album and a story about the grand journey that all of us navigate. It told the story of our own journey from a small city on the Virginia coast out into the broader world. From Toledo to Tokyo. More importantly, it has become the soundtrack to many of your stories too. We have been honored to see the way you have woven this music into your own lives. From births to deaths, from first loves to first dances, from baby names to tattoos, you have made this your record. And we want to hear your story.”
The tour will be supported by indie-pop outfit Nova and the Experience who recently signed a worldwide publishing deal with Chris Murphy’s Murphy Rights Management / Universal and just off from playing CMJ Music Marathon in New York.
For tickets and more information about the show you can visit The Small Ballroom’s website.
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