Sepia – Delaware

Sepia is an alternative rock band based in Baltimore. In their words, Sepia’s music will draw you in with introspective themes, catchy hooks, and hints of 90’s nostalgia. Check out their song, “Delaware.”

Taking four years to produce, Sepia debuted their second album Drop Dead, Gorgeous… this month. Mixed by local engineer Ryan Matchett and mastered by Killer Penguin Productions, Drop Dead, Gorgeous… is a project that covers the in-between gray areas, also known as sepia tones, that life brings.

The album embraces the cynical world of life, relationships, competition, success and failures where conflict and duality lie. After four years of creative explosions and some frustrations, the long awaited sophomore release will take you on an emotional ride and leave you a fan.

The single “Delaware” is a song about leaving the past behind. Take a listen below.

 

Check out the LP Drop Dead Gorgeous here and a visual of the album below:

 

Visit and join the Sepia mailing list at www.sepiaband.com, become a fan at www.reverbnation.com/sepia, preview their playlists at @sepiaband, and like them on Facebook. Wanna book them? Contact them for future shows at booking@sepiaband.com

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