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Sea Wolf (Dangerbird Records) w/ Savoir Adore

June 1, 2013 - 21:00 to June 2, 2013 - 02:30
Mad Planet
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@TaptheMasses & 88Nine Radio Milwaukee Present:

Sea Wolf (Dangerbird Records)
w/ Savoir Adore

Get tickets: http://ticketf.ly/Xqn3QW

Mad Planet
Saturday, June 1, 2013
9pm
$12 advance
$14 day of show

Sea Wolf will be touring in support of their 2012 release Old World Romance. This summer they’ll be coming back to Milwaukee in between playing concerts at Sasquatch Music Festival in Washington State and Bonnaroo in Tennessee. This will be their first trip back to Milwaukee since their SOLD OUT show at Club Garibaldi's in October.

Alex Brown Church covers a lot of geography in his music. As Sea Wolf, his songs weave vivid imagery and lush orchestration into narratives illuminating the emotional diaspora of life, love, loss and rebirth.

“Old World Romance.” That phrase hangs in the imagination like a Rembrandt on the wall – evocative, elegant, stately. There’s an autumnal glow to it: a little mystery, a little gravity.

If there’s a theme to Sea Wolf’s third record, gravity is it. Pulled back to his native California after a several-year sojourn in Montreal, Old World Romance finds singer/songwriter Alex Brown Church dealing with major life changes, including the death of a close relative. Geography, relationships and the weight of life – of growing up and facing who you are and where you came from – wind their ways in and out of Church’s sweeping, swooning pop tunes.

Sea Wolf