Before Jules bounces around the country with U.K favorites Stornoway in late May she heads back to New York City for her 3rd “residency tour” in support of ‘Songs For the Ravens’. Check her out at any of the shows over the next two weeks.
04.21.11 – Manhattan, NY @ The Living Room
04.22.11 – Brooklyn, NY @ Spike Hill
04.23.11 – Brooklyn, NY @ Sycamore w/The Loom!
04.24.11 – Brooklyn, NY @ the Rock Shop w/Smoosh + Nick Jaina
04.25.11 – Manhattan, NY @ Rockwood Music Hall
04.26.11 – Manhattan, NY @ Joe’s Pub w/Chris Pureka
04.27.11 – Brooklyn, NY @ Glasslands w/Takka Takka + The Silent League
04.28.11 – Manhattan, NY @ Piano’s
04.29.11 – Manhattan, NY @ Cake Shop
04.30.11 – Manhattan, NY @ Mercury Lounge w/LAKE + Ages And Ages
05.01.11 – Manhattan, NY @ The Living Room
“Sacramento’s Julie Ann Bee fronts Sea of Bees, applying her sticky sweet (but surprisingly uncloying) voice to Death Cab–style melodic glitch pop. It’s a pleasing blend, and she’s playing a week of NYC shows in support of current disc Song for the Ravens.” -Time Out New York
“Sludgy female singer/songwriters haven’t been in vogue for awhile, but 26-year-old Julie Baenziger plans to change that. As Sea of Bees, she uses pastoral metaphors to talk about unrequited love over Juliana Hatfield-indebted grunge rock. More dark than twee, she flushes out her songs with carefree confessionalism live, airing her intimacy issues between tracks.” -Village Voice