denisonwitmer

Thoughtful folk pop singer-songwriter Denison Witmer will be releasing his upcoming album, “The Ones Who Wait” on April 26 on Mono Vs. Stereo label. You don’t want to miss this out on this release—you’ll be taken through a journey rich in intoxicating melody and deep in lyrical meditations on life’s best and worst offerings.Please let me know if you’d like to schedule an interview or review the album. You can stream the album here or if you’d like a downloadable file please let me know.
Entertainment Weekly praises, “We are smitten with these sweet drowsy ditties… (Witmer’s) modest reach and pensive melodies could easily get lost in the white noise of contemporary culture, it would be a shame, though, to miss tiny gems like these…” Created amidst a period of great personal change for Witmer—a period that included two moves to different cities, the death of his father, and a new business venture (Brooklyn recording studio The Honey Jar)—“The Ones Who Wait” is at once deeply personal and beautifully universal.
For press inquiries, please contact: jessy@trulyapolarbear.com / 818-287-1771.
Tour Dates:
May 6 – Brooklyn, NY – Littlefield
May 7 – Philadelphia, PA – World Cafe Live
May 19 – Seattle, WA – Fremont Abbey Arts Center
May 20 – Kennewick, WA – Red Room
May 21 – Tacoma, WA – O’Malley’s Irish Pub
May 22 – Portland, OR – The Woods
May 24 – San Diego, CA – Soda Bar
May 25 – Los Angeles, CA – Hotel Cafe

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