Quinn Archer Celebrates First North American EP with Concert at Bar Lubitsch Tonight
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On the heels of her "Dark Places" single release earlier this month, London-born and Los Angeles-bred singer Quinn Archer is celebrating the highly anticipated launch of her first North American EP (July 29th, 2014) with an appearance set for tonight, August 2, 2014 at Bar Lubitsch in West Hollywood. (For details and tickets: http://barlubitsch.com)
Her recently released single was accompanied by the official video release which also launched this month and premiered on the highly popular sci-fi thriller "Continuum." featuring three of the series cast members. Check it out below!
The moody and driving track will be featured on her forthcoming EP of the same name, due out July 29th, 2014 from Brooklyn label WPIL. The gothic soul artist has her roots in gritty, bluesy rock but with a refreshing vulnerability. To get an idea of where this beauty gets her spunk, she was busy hanging Marilyn Manson posters in her bedroom while the Spice Girls phenomenon was sweeping the UK.
About Quinn Archer: Quinn Archer hails from South West London, having moved to Los Angeles in her teens to pursue her dream of making music. Since attending the Musicians Institute, she's kept busy, singing for Shooter Jennings' band, Stargunn, fronting bands like Stereofiend and Juliet's Royal Blood, and forming outfits with Ricky Philips (The Baby's, Bad English) and Gavin MacKilllop (Sugar Cult, The Rembrandts, Goo Goo Dolls). Despite the significant challenges she has faced, Archer remains undaunted and it has paid off handsomely; she was recently signed by WPIL Records.Archer has released three singles which are available on iTunes- "Dark Places," "Walk Through The Fire," and "Rest of my Days"With her debut EP, Dark Places, out this July (2014). Archer was recently featured in the December 2013, UK's Vanity Fair and was the surprise music guest, joining Jon Bon Jovi and Taylor Swift, at this year's prestigious annual Prince William Charity event held at Kensington Palace.