KRCC is pleased to present the CD release party for Edith Makes a Paperchain‘s new album, Beau and Arrow, this Saturday evening at 7 p.m. at Venue 515, 515 Manitou Avenue. Tickets ($5 for members, $8 for general public) are available until friday at 5 p.m. at the station, 912 N. Weber. All tickets will be $10 at the door. Opening for Edith will be lead singer Sarah Hope’s sister Alexandra Hope, who now lives in Los Angeles and made the lovely 2009 record Invisible Sunday. Sarah and Alexandra came into the KRCC yesterday and below you will find our interview with them (which you can also hear tomorrow at 2:30 on KRCC) and videos by both.

Hope Sisters Interview

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One Response to The Hope Sisters at Venue 515

  1. Jeremy Van Hoy says:

    If you dig Edith, please friend/like us on Facebook and/or MySpace. See ya Saturday night! :)

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