BRE MORRISSEY (Acoustic Set)
Hailing from Chicago’s south suburbs, Bre Morrissey’s music seamlessly blends candid, vulnerable lyrics with genre-defying production, offering a contemporary perspective within pop music. Her cinematic soundscapes create an expansive musical journey that consistently captivates, promising an ever-evolving, creatively charged pop experience.
In 2021, Bre released her anticipated debut album “While You’ve Been Gone,” chronicling her transformation from grief and loss after her brother’s passing to newfound resilience. This emotional evolution, intertwined with her exploration of romance and self-discovery, enriches her musical narrative.
Post-album release, Bre journeyed to Seoul, South Korea, collaborating with three South Korean producers for her ‘Pining (Reimagined)’ EP alongside Pink Nois. These collaborations resulted in three distinct tracks, each offering a unique rendition of ‘Pining,’ catering to diverse listener preferences.
Currently, Bre is deeply engaged in crafting her highly anticipated sophomore album, drawing from her diverse experiences for fresh sounds and evocative storytelling. Anticipate the unveiling of Bre’s latest musical chapter, poised to resonate profoundly with audiences in the upcoming months.
Giulia is an independent singer-songwriter from the Bay Area who is currently based in Chicago. Their music has been heavily influenced by their background in multiple instruments and their exposure to rock and folk from a young age. Giulia’s songs are buoyed by emotive and captivating melodies and lyrics that often touch on subjects such as nostalgia, queerness, and love in its many forms. Her first album, “Still,” was self-produced and recorded in the attic of her parents’ home during the early months of the pandemic. The Pretty EP was released in May of 2022.
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Hannah Frey is a Chicago-based vocalist, songwriter, and instrumentalist who charms listeners with emotive lyricism, melodies that linger long after listening, and a voice noted for its “retro-smooth tonality (Little Village Magazine).”
Her sound is a melting pot of midwestern rural and urban influences. While some might call it folk, Americana, or indie pop, Hannah lovingly refers to the music she makes as rock music for sensitive people.
With the help of her dynamic band, Hannah’s intention is to make space for listeners to find joy, connection, and humor in the contrast of life’s seasons as she performs at venues in Chicago & beyond.