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Touring the UK March 2018 in association with Classic Pop Magazine
Vuromantics are a brand spanking new band who burst into life in March 2017. The band have already released their first 2 E.P's and have been touring hard since their launch with regular dates in the north, the south and ventures into Scotland & Wales. The band blend pop sensibilities with a passion for electronic music and funk groove to create a very modern take on retro ideas. With a debut album release in the pipeline and new shows being announced all the time, it won't be long before Vuromantics appear on your radar.
Classic Pop Magazine - “We’ve been hooked”
Louderthanwar - "a charming sophisticated slice of popular fusion"
Exposed Magazine - "shimmering synth textures and giant choruses"
Reyt Good Music Magazine - "one sleekly bombastic anthem after another, baiting the crowd into a frenzy"
York Calling - "pure party songs about love’s power sung with the conviction and charm of a gospel preacher"
BBC Introducing - "Stunning!"
Vuromantics are touring the UK March 2018 in association with Classic Pop Magazine
1st - Sneaky Pete's - #Edinburgh
2nd - The 13th Note - #Glasgow
3rd - Little Buildings - #Newcastle
7th - Bodega - #Nottingham
10th - Yellow Arch - #Sheffield
14th - Night & Day Cafe - #Manchester
15th - Exchange - #Bristol
16th - 02 Academy2 Islington - #London
Tickets Available here: www.vuromantics.com
Latest Release -Vuromantics - 'In The Night' EP
Vuromantics are Sam Christie (vocals), Jake Christie (guitar, keyboard), Callum Hall (bass, synth), Ben Rooker (synth) and Daniel Battye (drums).
The band’s ‘northern dark pop’ is fully realised on their new EP, ‘In The Night’, which was released on October 20th on Alya Records.
Beginning with 20 tracks, the band condensed this catalogue of songs into a five-track capsule that spans influences from Pulp, to Future Islands, to Client Liaison – an offering of skill in electronic music and an appreciation for their individual talents. A blend of genres delicately crafted to intrigue and educate the listener.
This authenticity for the industry and music they love extends to a grassroots campaign built by the band for their audience – a direct DIY approach.
Recorded at Junior Park Studios in their hometown, Sheffield, echoes of its music legends can be found throughout the EP; from ‘Questions’, to ‘Not Over You’, it teems with The Human League’s 80s output – deep, smooth vocals over instrumentation that’s captivating, interchangeable, and most of all – refreshing. Approaching these tracks from a side of love that isn’t always represented in traditional songwriting, these particular tracks deal with not knowing how to approach love and fighting against lingering feelings.
Catch them on their headline tour this March!