If you’ve been following our adventure as Wedding Day Rain, then you might remember in 2011, we released four Christmas songs on an EP titled Rapt in Bows.
Rapt in Bows was an experiment.
We wanted to see if you would connect with our sound and we needed to see if we could make music together and not throw each other off the astronomy tower. 😉
2014 is going to be a HUGE year for us. We have an EP coming out (of NON Christmas songs. Heh.) sometime before spring, and of course, in October, our full-length debut will be relased alongside Kelsey’s book, Damsel Distressed.
But this time, NOW, is critical. We want to make sure that our music has an audience and that means building a reputation and having some sales and reviews on these EPs in advance of our full record.
So, with that in mind, we’ve decided to re-mix, re-master, and release Rapt in Bows for real this time. We’ve added another song, and we’re hopeful that this time around, we’ll find some fans that aren’t just our relatives. (Hi Moms.)
Rapt in Bows is available now via iTunes ($4.95), Amazon ($4.95), and CDBaby ($1.99).
You might notice that there’s a price difference between iTunes/Amazon and CDbaby. We didn’t get to set the prices at the first two, but we did have that chance at the latter. We are humbled that you might consider spending ANY money on our songs, so, while itunes might be more convenient (and mean more money back in the music-making pot), it’s Christmas dangit, and 5 songs for two bucks is a steal.
If you already have the first four songs (and don’t want the re-mastered MOAR JOLLY VERSIONS) you can always just buy the new single of Deck the Halls to show your support.
Purchasing and/or reviewing our music, telling your friends, and supporting our chance to make a spash in 2014 is the greatest kindness you could show us, and we’re so grateful for your encouragement and friendship.
As a kid, having music “for sale” in a record store or on iTunes or wherever meant you’d made it. It meant that your music was valuable and that people were willing to bring you onto their devices and into their lives. Even though anyone with fifty bucks can buy their way into the mp3 stores now, that doesn’t change how it feels to have reached this place in our career.
Rapt in Bows now. EP before spring. Imogen Unlocked album out next October.
We can’t wait to share all of this music we’ve been stockpiling.
Kelsey and Daron