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Seasaw w/ Oh My Love

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Seasaw w/ Oh My Love

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Saturday, June 4
9 - 11:55 pm
Cost: Free
Folk infused, indie-pop darlings of Madison.

Keeping their folk roots in the back of their mind, the eleven songs on Seasaw's newest album “Too Much of a Good Thing” (out July 22, 2016) venture head-first into the pop and indie-rock realm. The duo has transformed into a combination of commanding instrumentation, intricate harmonies, and refreshing wit that is uniquely Seasaw. Using the metaphor of a sunburn, “Too Much of a Good Thing” is an exploration of metamorphosis - each song a new stage, insight, and conversation about the shared experience of any relationship. The album listens much like a mix-tape; all of the songs complimenting one another while elaborating further on the thesis of change. As a listener, you relate to the peaks and valleys of human interaction; the elation (suntan), the pain (sunburn), and finally, an acceptance (new skin).

Oh My Love is an electronic pop duo out of Madison, WI comprised of Hannah Luree and Christian Lisser. Oh My Love’s sound is driven by powerful vocals, glistening melodies, driving synth, and heavy-hitting, hip-hop, electronic beats.

 

In the case of inclement weather, this event may be delayed or canceled.
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Keeping their folk roots in the back of their mind, the eleven songs on Seasaw's newest album “Too Much of a Good Thing” (out July 22, 2016) venture head-first into the pop and indie-rock realm. The duo has transformed into a combination of commanding instrumentation, intricate harmonies, and refreshing wit that is uniquely Seasaw. Using the metaphor of a sunburn, “Too Much of a Good Thing” is an exploration of metamorphosis - each song a new stage, insight, and conversation about the shared experience of any relationship. The album listens much like a mix-tape; all of the songs complimenting one another while elaborating further on the thesis of change. As a listener, you relate to the peaks and valleys of human interaction; the elation (suntan), the pain (sunburn), and finally, an acceptance (new skin).

Oh My Love is an electronic pop duo out of Madison, WI comprised of Hannah Luree and Christian Lisser. Oh My Love’s sound is driven by powerful vocals, glistening melodies, driving synth, and heavy-hitting, hip-hop, electronic beats.

 

In the case of inclement weather, this event may be delayed or canceled.
Follow @TerraceUpdates to get the most updated information about this event. 

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