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Vows Live @ Arlenes Grocery 7.5.14

Thanks to everyone who came out to a rare live appearance in NYC over the weekend. Love you all.

VOWS

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Site Update: Streaming Music Page.

All,
We are now streaming every Vows release on our music page, reflected below. Please advise.
≡ ENTER THE CAMP ≡
Silvia // Pictures of Matchtick Men ∴ Released 21 May 2014
Self∼Titled (EP)∴ Released March 2014
(EP) ∴ Released March 2014
Ride This Out // Dream Beat ∴ Released 11 February 2014
Come Over My Way // Be You Again ∴ Released 07 January 2014
Stranger Things (LP) ∴ Released 01 May 2013
Winter's Grave (LP) ∴ Released 13 April 2011
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Marissa Nadler / Status Quo Covers

Hello world. We are happy to share these couple of covers that we’ve had on the back-burners for a while now. Have a glorious day.

Silvia by Marissa Nadler & Pictures of Matchstick Men by Status Quo.

 

Silvia album cover

 

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The Deli NYC: Vows vs. Vows

Thanks to The Deli NYC for the kind words about one of our most recent releases. Also, they acknowledged some recent confusion between us and a recent electro pop group in Brooklyn who also calls themselves Vows. See what they have to say:

NJ’s Vows conjure up noir dreams + plays Cake Shop tomorrow (05.10)

Vows is the electronic project of four New Jersey based musicians from Somerset County – yes we cover the NJ scene that far. But wait… it’s also the name of an electronic band from Brooklyn! May the law suit begin!

Vows on The Deli NYC

‘Nighttime’ off the album ‘Stranger Things’, live in 2012 @ The Village Basement Sessions:

Vows’ self titled EP – As dreamy as it gets

Wonderful review of our new EP VOWS by Sonically Selective. Thanks guys.

Sonically Selective

Dream Pop seems to be all the rage at the moment, and ‘Vows’ from the US are a good example of it. Blending psychedelia with easy listening but schizophrenic pop melodies, their latest self-titled EP takes you on a journey into someone else’s insanely imaginative head, throws you around a bit inside, and then spits you out the other end, making you wonder what exactly it is you just listened to. And I like that.

Similar to Radstewart who I reviewed a couple of weeks ago, Vows are all about strong, charismatic vocals that carry over the intentionally atonal and chaotic music. As the guitars and keyboard slip away from the notes your ears wants to hear, you are drawn to the voice that somehow finds melodies that you never would have heard, and when it all comes back to the chorus in songs like ‘Waste’ that has a great, powerful…

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