The Rapture photographed by Ruvan Wijesooriya

The Rapture

Hometown: New York City, NY (USA)


The Rapture is a dance–punk band based in New York City. The band mixes influences from many genres including post–punk, acid house, disco, electronica and rock, pioneering the post–punk revival genre.


The Rapture Echoes

The Rapture

Echoes (2003)


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