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|Thursday, May 5|
|An Evening with Elle Varner|
|Friday, May 6 · SOLD OUT|
with Aubrie Sellers
|Saturday, May 7|
| Praying Mantis Entertainment presents The Good Mess
with Stellarbelly, Linus The Moon, Zoo Keys
|Sunday, May 8|
|Monday, May 9|
|The Philadelphia Moth StorySLAM|
|Thursday, May 12|
|First Person Arts Grand Slam - Season 16|
Holly Lapsley Fletcher is Låpsley, a 19-year-old singer and producer from England with a rather unlikely success story. She decided to post some songs on SoundCloud to share with her family, and before she knew it she had a growing fanbase. It was only until recently that Låpsley became serious about a career in music since it’s always been something she did for her own enjoyment. Her debut album, Long Way Home, dropped this March, and the release has made it clear that we should expect great things from Låpsley.
Long Way Home perfectly embodies a downbeat electronic vibe which is complimented by Låpsley’s soulful vocals. The album has a recurring theme of what seems to be the singer’s anticipation of heartbreak. On “Leap” she sings, “you don’t care but I wait anyway, think too much, but I just turn it away.” Låpsley can be compared to Jack Garratt, James Blake, and Jessie Ware; artists who also embellish their work so well. Låpsley takes the downstairs stage on May 8th, don’t miss out!