Vow Streaming ‘Time Stands Still” Companion Piece To Just Released ‘Make Me Yours’ EP, On Exclaim!‏

August 18, 2014


Vow Streaming ‘Time Stands Still” Companion Piece To Just Released ‘Make Me Yours’ EP, On Exclaim!


LA duo Vow released their new EP ‘Make Me Yours’ this week and as an added bonus, they’ve also issued a companion mixset titled, “Time Stands Still”, which is streaming on Exclaim!

The set includes remixes of older songs, a cover of Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home” and a couple of other tracks.

Vow also recently shared their thoughts on each of the songs off ‘Make Me Yours” in an exclusive track by track feature on Propertyofzack.

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Vow’s “Make Me Yours” EP is available now on iTunes on Bandcamp, and on vinyl via The Native Sound website.

The band’s video for the track “Charm” debuted on Buzzbands LA last week and can be seen here. The clip was directed by Ryan Sanders (Touché Amoré).

Consisting of vocalist Julia Blake, and instrumentalist Andrew Thomas, Vowhave been known to dance along the genre lines of synth-pop, dream-pop, dark wave and post punk. Driven by drum machines and rich bass lines, Julia’s soulful, and melodic alto vocals ooze on top of the analog pulsing synths and dreamy pads.

The EP finds the band transitioning from the darker textures of their debut, to more Cocteau Twins-inspired dynamics, implementing chorus-drenched guitars/bass, and palpable pop-informed vocal melodies. As with their debut, the EP again features Touché Amoré guitarist, and one-half of Andrew’s ambient guitar duo, Wife, Nick Steinhardt on guitar. Steinhardt, who interestingly enough introduced Andrew and Julia to each other, also took charge of all visual aspects relating to the band’s EP.

What others have said about Vow:

Bullett Magazine: “a collection of slinky, post-punk indebted synth-pop with Blake’s dreamy vocals winding serpentine-like through Thomas’ nocturnal compositions.”

Wondering Sound: “…sounds like a kind of retro-futurist R&B… like a sci-fi nightclub singer delivering a doomy lullaby to the boozy 3 a.m. crowd.”

Entertainment Weekly: “…giving a contemporary update to the gothy ambience and gauzy textures of ’80s and ’90s dream-pop.”

Clash Music: “… electro-noir… puts us in mind of the Drive soundtrack – it’s easy to imagine this appearing alongside some slow-motion Winding Refn cinematography.”-

Vinyl details:

Uncoated jacket, with interior printing

Black inner-sleeves

3MIL poly-bag

Digital download delivered to your inbox at least one week before the release date

Pressing info:

Clear with Pink Splatter – 50

Light Pink – 100

Black – 150




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