Afterlife Parade is a Nashville based indie rock collective of songwriters and musicians joining together to create one big sound.
While receiving an engaging and positive response from fans and press alike for their first concept album Death & Rebirth, Afterlife Parade has spent the last three years building an impressive resume for such a young act. This includes being named a Local Lightning Artist by Nashville’s local independent radio station Lightning 100, headlining The University of Southern Mississippi’s inaugural tailgate series, gaining prominent placements for their original single “Black Woods, White Beach” on the series premiere of MTV’s Underemployed and a St. Baldrick’s Foundation PSA on Hulu, as well as placements for a Google mini-documentary, and most recently, being named a new and notable artist by Noisetrade.
February 25, 2014 marks the release of “Conquer It All.” This aggressive new single is the second installment of a trilogy of songs which AP is releasing this year as they continue to share their narrative.
“Conquer It All” has the soulful rock and world vibe that AP continues to expand on from previous releases while it also adds an undeniably catchy hook that would easily sit beside songs by the likes of Imagine Dragons and Coldplay.
AP is hoping that this song will show fans that they are aiming high and longing for much larger stages as they continue to “conquer” new territory. For now, AP is focusing on a grassroots movement to gain the honor of playing larger stages by cultivating a community of followers in intimate settings through house shows and coffee shops.
Lead singer Quinn Erwin states, “We believe in community…and the kind of music that we make fosters connectedness…what better way to grow a following than to start off in small spaces really getting to know our fans, them getting to know us, and then our ‘family’ gets so big overtime that we fill arenas?”
“That’s a true parade if you ask me,” he continues.
Their immediate touring plans are set for a slew of acoustic dates in the spring focusing on smaller venues in conjunction with this release.
You can find “Conquer It All” on iTunes, Amazon, and all other online stores. Also, check Afterlife Parade’s tour schedule for shows near you.
|APR 16||Jackson, MS||Cups||RSVP|
|APR 18||Shreveport, LA||ThatLAcommunity Instameet||RSVP|
|APR 18||Shreveport, LA||Rhino Coffee Co.||RSVP|
|APR 19||Dallas, TX||WELD||RSVP|
|APR 21||Dallas, TX||The Opening Bell||RSVP|
|APR 23||Waco, TX||Common Grounds||TICKETS||RSVP|
|APR 24||Katy, TX||House Show||RSVP|
|APR 25||Hattiesburg, MS||The Yellow Fiddle||RSVP|
|APR 26||Birmingham, AL||TBD||RSVP|
|APR 27||Atlanta, GA||TBD||RSVP|
|JUN 12||Nashville, TN||The 5 Spot||RSVP|
|JUN 27||Nashville, TN||TBD||RSVP|
|OCT 16||Long Beach, MS||Long Beach Live||RSVP|