Stage presence is everything and that is certainly no problem for Elizabeth Harper, front woman for Class Actress. Dancing along to their single, “Careful What You Say,” Harper took over the 2010 Sessions SXSW crowd.
This synth-pop threesome is based in Brooklyn, consisting of Harper and two keyboardists, Mark Richardson and Scott Rosenthal. Together the group creates music reminiscent of the legendary Depeche Mode. How can you not love that?
Class Actress’s debut EP, Journey of Ardency, released in 2010, was quickly followed up by their first full-length in 2011, Rapprocher. The single "Keep you" off Rapprocher made its way onto the soundtrack for the 2012 Fox Film, Chronicle.
If you haven’t already bought your tickets to our city’s beloved Fun Fun Fun Fest, do so now! Class Actress is on the bill and you don’t want to kick yourself for missing them live.
"Careful What You Say" by Class Actress
About The Sessions:
Producers CJ Vinson and Lauren Bucherie are musical tastemakers based out of Austin, Texas. They built their company around a simple wish: To diminish the boundary between art and audience. Their unwavering style and eclectic creative collaborations have made The Sessions sought-after team for musicians around the world. CJ and Lauren have worked with everyone from local favorites Cowboy and Indian, Suzanna Choffel and Dan Dyer to internationally-renowned acts like Fitz and the Tantrums and two-time Grammy award winners The Civil Wars.