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Ulna · Hannah Frances · Living Thing

  June 3, 2022 9:30 PM

Doors Open: 9:00 PM
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ADVANCED: $12.00

TICKET SALE DATES
ADVANCED Public Onsale: May 6, 2022 1:00 PM to June 3, 2022 9:30 PM

Ulna's OEA is a “bar-rock getting sober record.“ The first full length solo record of ULNA, aka Adam Schubert of Cafe Racer, OEA is an ode to reinvention. Along with the release comes a rebranding--formerly Ruins, Shubert’s new pseudonym ULNA is a reference to a pivotal moment in his childhood. At the age of 14, Schubert shattered the bone on the inside of his forearm in a skating accident, and took up the guitar. “That’s what made me serious about playing music,” says Schubert. This name change also accompanied Schubert’s shift towards sobriety--OEA was created right as Schubert reconfigured his life without drugs or alcohol. With the exception of the final track, “Dead Friends,” the whole album was written while in a recovery program. “You have to reinvent your whole personality, you have to be a different person,” says Schubert.”Who am I if I’m not the crazy drunk dude who’s doing drugs in the bathroom?” OEA is an intensely personal record, in subject matter but also quite literally--Schubert plays every instrument, though the record feels far from a home-demo, recorded and mastered by Robby Hanes at Strange Magic Recording in Chicago’s Logan Square. Schubert’s songs are ambling and full of picked guitar and retro harmonies, a stylistic sensibility he attributes to a love for the Beatles and “acoustic rock with a weird punk edge,” a-la Big Thief and Kurt Vile. Though instrumentally sunny, his vocals hint at something else - there’s an underlying ache. OEA is an easy listen, but with a depth of emotion that demands listeners’ attention.

Hannah Frances
is a musician and songwriter, in-and-out of Chicago. As a nomad, her relationship with shifting landscapes sings through her storytelling and swells into a sprawling sense of home. A solitary and introspective poet, Frances magnetizes with her vulnerability, drawing everyone into her dynamic world. 

Living Thing
is the solo project of Chicago-based songwriter Danielle Strautmanis. Her debut EP “Everything Is Green” is an introspective and uplifting piece that carried her through her darkest days. It is a exploration of self-care through the elements of nature, vivid imagery and soulful melodies. Danielle encourages all listeners to utilize powerful optimism as a guide through life‘s turbulence. 


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