Great little review of the single “Fun” from the upcoming split between us and !mindparade from Tree Machine Records.
Check out the review here
You can pre order the album (Out 10/31/14) through the Tree Machine store – A limited run of 100 translucent purple cassette tapes – ooooooh!
Peep that here.
Have a good’un.
Our first EP is what it is. Please let us know what you think:
Vows performs a new track ‘Nighttime’ for The Village Basement Sessions, stripped and intimate. Take a look.
Vows are a band from New Jersey, who play a gentle mixture of folk, indie rock and dream pop, and have recently released their debut album “Winter’s Grave” for free via Bandcamp. M3 had a chat with the band about piracy, art and the DIY approach…
M3 – First of all, could you tell us a bit about yourself, and what it is that you do?
Vows – We’ve all been friends for years, grew up in the same area in New Jersey. We’re all in our mid 20’s and work day jobs to get by but music has always been our passion. Any free time that we have is spent either recording or practicing.
What inspired you to form Vows? What are your own musical backgrounds?
Vows was born out of simply trying something different musically than what we had always been used to playing. We’ve always been playing and recording more acoustic, unplugged, singer/songwriter style music as separate entities. Vows was more a challenge for ourselves to push our sound into something more fluid and organic that could grow as a band. We pretty much decided to combine forces to form this band and perform under one moniker. It’s something we can also stick to and develop.
What would be your preferred medium to listen to music (eg. Vinyl, CD, tape, MP3 etc.), and why?
It honestly depends what genre of music fits the form. We’re all into such a varied range of tunes and each fits its own medium. Vinyl is always a favorite of ours, as it suits a nice lo-fi sound (eg. old folk songs, acoustic music, even modern bands that have a “vintage sound”). But we all enjoy popping in a tape every now and then and putting an MP3 play list on shuffle, simply because of the immediacy it provides….(full article HERE)
Vows @ The Crossroads Garwood NJ
Filmed and Edited by Bobby Bates
Vows plays “Dead Ends”, the final track off their album Winter’s Grave for the Leon Hart Series on Czardio.com.
This is a performance of “Queen Baby” off our debut album Winter’s Grave for Czardio.com. Enjoy.
This is the 2nd part of our interview with Leon Hart aka Spacey, author of Czardio.com
This is another installment of our series with Leon Hart aka Spacey, author of Czardio.com. Back in February he came up from Baltimore to interview us and film a performance. Enjoy!
We are excited to present to you a set of nice videos shot by Leon Hart of The Leon Hart Life and his crew. A couple weeks ago he came up from Baltmore, MD and shot some footage of us in our home/practice space. With these live performances and an interview of Vows in their home zone, we hope you enjoy the series (more to come).
Part 1. “Parallel”