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  • 2nd November
    2011
  • 02
The New Yorker says…
Caithlin De Marrais, formerly of Rainer Maria, celebrates the release of her latest solo album, “Red Coats,” a beguiling collection of fuzzy-hearted songs good for any time of the night, and anything that may need to be done then, from comforting a baby to making one.
Come celebrate her record release at Union Hall on November 2! [purchase tickets]
In recent years, Caithlin De Marrais, the longtime front woman of indie rock band Rainer Maria, has become an accomplished solo artist. Her first album, My Magic City, released in 2008 to critical acclaim, combined intimate arrangements and haunting melodies with her captivating voice. Now she returns with Red Coats, out November 8 on End Up Records, a nuanced and evocative follow up. The songs were conceived during the wee hours and you can hear an insomniac intensity burst through them. For this record release show, she’ll be joined by several Brooklyn musicians who played on the new album.
Yellowbirds, the buzzed-about Brooklyn psych rock outfit, and singer-songwriter Lindsay Sullivan will perfectly complement Caithlin’s sound.
This show was organized in collaboration with WalmartFreeNYC, a diverse coalition of residents, activists, and elected officials committed to protecting local businesses, creating good jobs, and supporting artistic communities.

The New Yorker says…

Caithlin De Marrais, formerly of Rainer Maria, celebrates the release of her latest solo album, “Red Coats,” a beguiling collection of fuzzy-hearted songs good for any time of the night, and anything that may need to be done then, from comforting a baby to making one.

Come celebrate her record release at Union Hall on November 2! [purchase tickets]

In recent years, Caithlin De Marrais, the longtime front woman of indie rock band Rainer Maria, has become an accomplished solo artist. Her first album, My Magic City, released in 2008 to critical acclaim, combined intimate arrangements and haunting melodies with her captivating voice. Now she returns with Red Coats, out November 8 on End Up Records, a nuanced and evocative follow up. The songs were conceived during the wee hours and you can hear an insomniac intensity burst through them. For this record release show, she’ll be joined by several Brooklyn musicians who played on the new album.

Yellowbirds, the buzzed-about Brooklyn psych rock outfit, and singer-songwriter Lindsay Sullivan will perfectly complement Caithlin’s sound.

This show was organized in collaboration with WalmartFreeNYC, a diverse coalition of residents, activists, and elected officials committed to protecting local businesses, creating good jobs, and supporting artistic communities.

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