VOWWS shares new single "Esseff" by Florencia Franceschetti

Cover Esseff  .jpg

"Esseff" is the second single from the upcoming album Under The World

With shape shifting cowboy guitars and acid rain synths, VOWWS’ new single “Esseff" opens with a shadowy, foreboding intro, before a rapid drum fill instantly transforms it into a boot-stomping dance club banger. 

"Esseff is like James Bond spy music updated for the modern world. We wanted to create a sound that felt like you were being chased by something scary, but enticing... like a tornado, or drugs. We embrace menacing intent in our music, but that's not everything - even the bleakest shit has light in it... so we turn up the contrast and make both sides of the coin shine." - Vowws

The single released today, is the second cut from VOWWS' upcoming album Under The World, out in March 2018 on Anti-Language Records. 

Soundcloud - Spotify - Bandcamp 

Tour Dates

3.19 - 529 - Atlanta, GA
3.20 - Strange Matter - Richmond, VA
3.22 - Saint Vitus - Brooklyn, NY
3.23 - Meatlocker - Montclair, NJ
3.24 - Geno's - Portland, ME
3.25 - Kung Fu Necktie - Philadelphia, PA
3.26 - Cafe Nine - New Haven, CT
3.27 - O'Brien's - Boston, MA
3.28 - Casa Del Popolo - Montreal
3.29 - Coalition - Toronto
3.30 - Now That's Class - Cleveland, OH *
3.31 - Deluxx Fluxx - Detroit, MI *
4.1 - Empty Bottle - Chicago, IL *
4.3 - Reverb Lounge - Omaha, NE *
4.4 - Hi Dive - Denver, CO *
4.5 - Metro Music Hall - Salt Lake City, UT *
4.6 - Neurolux - Boise, ID *
4.7 - Barboza - Seattle, WA *
4.8 - Tonic Lounge - Portland, OR *
4.10 - Old Nick's - Eugene, OR *

* w/ Soft Kill and Choir Boy

Spirit In The Room shares new single "KID" by Florencia Franceschetti

Spirit in the Room

With hard snares, slide guitars, fuzzy vocals and even fuzzier bass guitar, "KID" starts off 2018 in style. The track progresses in complexity and noise, while the vocals stay steady and melodic throughout the track. "KID" is a song that fits equally good on a dance floor of a rock club as it does sounding out of a jukebox in a bar.

"Everything starts with the beat and the bass. Then I use the guitar to dress everything up, kinda like a christmas tree, you know? The lyrics, about a bunch of different things, tend to be about cutting a cord, letting yourself go with a relationship that you know might drag you down. I do believe in a higher power, so it touches my music in someways also. I don't know how some people might read that, but it is how it is." - Dennis.

 "KID" is out now on all digital platforms via Anti-Language Records

Spotify - iTunes - Soundcloud

Dennis Sanders is the frontman and creative force behind Spirit In The Room. Together with bassist Darren Howard and guitarist Kyle Nadeau, the band puts out a very particular blend of high energy, eclectic rock. Noticeable influences include Nick Cave, Depeche Mode and Black Sabbath, with a good dose of punk ethos thrown in for good measure.

VOWWS presents their new single and video "Forget Your Finery" by Florencia Franceschetti


First single off upcoming album Under the World, due February 2018 on Anti-Language Records

The Dark-Pop duo Vowws return this fall with the first single off their upcoming album Under The World to be released in February on Anti-Language Records. The new track "Forget Your Finery" showcases a marked evolution of the band’s sound - the result being more direct, upbeat and more Pop-tinged, while retaining the signature dark, foreboding edge that is the hallmark of Vowws.

The DIY-focussed duo created a visual component for the track, but insist this is not a music video per se:  "We didn't plan to make a video for this song but we didn't want to just throw up a jpeg.” - Rizz

As is the norm for the band, they went much further than that - the result is a glitchy, hypnotic accompaniment with sexy Pulp Fiction vibes. To further capture the visual essence of the music, the band has continued their collaboration with artist Jesse Draxler on the album and singles artwork. Draxler's previous music work includes Zola Jesus, Chelsea Wolfe and Black Queen, and recent commissions include The New York Times and Alexander McQueen.