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Plume is a new Philadelphia two-piece that pairs shimmering synthpop with emotional songwriting in the vein of The Postal Service. Comprised of Paige Pfleger on lead vocals and keys, as well as Aaron Sternick (of tinmouth. and Timelapzzz) on guitar and backing vocals, the band released its debut EP ivy eyes today, and you can get a first listen to it below.

The band tells us that the music is rooted in a year of personal tension.

These four songs, written in the summer of a REALLY conflicted year, are about conflict. Internal struggles, generational strife, lovers’ quarrels. We wanted to place these really tense concepts on a bed of really sweet, satisfying instrumentation and production. Enjoy!

Listen to Plume’s ivy eyes EP below, and catch the band on tour this fall. The dates run through mid-November, and the band’s next Philly show is December 15th at Kensington’s 1FiftyOne Gallery.

Tour Dates
11/03/17 – Audio Hub, New Brunswick, NJ
11/04/17 – House Show, New Paltz, NY
11/05/17 – Sounds and Tones, North Adams, MA
11/06/17 – Midway Cafe, Boston, MA
11/07/17 – Jim’s Basement, Burlington, VT
11/08/17 – Stella Blues, New Haven, CT
11/09/17 – Pauly’s, Albany, NY
11/10/17 – UMASSALT, Amherst, MA
11/11/17 – Dennis, Oxford, CT
11/17/17 – Sunnyvale, Brooklyn, NY
11/18/17 – Piano’s, Manhattan, NY
12/15/17 – 1FiftyOne Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

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