Recorded just a week after the release of their third album, The Aces’ episode of Live from My Den celebrates the group’s shimmering, confessional record I’ve Loved You For So Long. The indie pop quartet played for a live audience of fans during the taping-slash-album release party. While back in New York City, The Aces also returned to their favorite restaurant in the city and toured the neighborhood in Brooklyn that they used to write and record in.
“Live from My Den” is a digital series available on Variety.com showcasing some of today’s most extraordinary artists performing live from the creative spaces of their homes, studios, and cities most meaningful to them. Read the article and watch The Aces’ full episode here.
The indie pop quartet played for a live audience of fans during the taping-slash-album release party.
The Aces consist of childhood friends Cristal Ramirez, Katie Henderson, McKenna Petty, and Alisa Ramirez. The group initially formed in Orem, Utah in a primarily-Mormon community. After signing a record deal and leaving their hometown, The Aces earned global recognition for their bright indie pop sound and songwriting that tackles queerness and teen angst head-on. Their newest album I’ve Loved You For So Long is their first to directly address their religious upbringing, and since its release, has earned massive praise and acclaim.