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Vita and the Woolf

New Music Video: "Feline" - Vita and the Woolf

What begins as a somewhat creepy visit through a car wash morphs into a colorful, psychedelic dream in Vita and the Woolf’s video for “Feline”. Directed by Albert Sala, the footage that was shot in Barcelona finds Jennifer Pague behind the wheel amid stormy conditions as the suspenseful electro-beats link her with her consuming, soulful power; it’s a heady ride. The song is featured on the the group's forthcoming album, Tunnels, scheduled for release June 16. Vita and the Woolf are slated to appear with Deadfellow and PROM tomorrow night at Ortlieb’s.

New Track: "Feline" - Vita and the Woolf

Vita and the Woolf explore a shadowy, minimalist-pop approach on their latest single, "Feline". It's seductive, building on every breath before Jennifer Pague's powerful voice bellows into the wind like a banshee. It's a truly captivating track that you'll be able to find on the group's forthcoming LP Tunnel, scheduled for release in April via Believe Digital. Vita and the Woolf are currently on tour with Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, and they'll be performing next in Philly on Friday, April 21 at Ortlieb's, alongside fellow Deli Philly Best Emerging Artist Poll Top Performer, Deadfellow.

New Music Video: "Qiet" - Vita and the Woolf

Vita and the Woolf are beautifully captured in a warehouse maze in their new video for the single "Qiet". Produced by Kaleida Studio and Silver Sound, the appearance of calm before a much-needed release tugs and pulls at the backbone of the recording, whirling us through the exciteable chorus. The video was directed and edited by Jukie Gratz. You'll find the track on their upcoming album, Tunnels, which is due out April 21 via Believe Digital. 

Vita and the Woolf Tantalizes at Everybody Hits Dec. 8

Vita and the Woolf have had a breakthrough 2016 that saw them embarking on their first big U.S. tour in support of Rasputina. And as the year gets nearer to closing, the duo that merges powerful vocals with soulful melodies further prepares for the release of their much-anticipated follow-up to their Fang Song album, Tunnels, on January 20. The band absolutely tantalized with the unveiling of its second single, Qiet, last month, and Jen Pague and Adam Shumski might just preview even more, with the help from guitarist Dane Galloway, when they headline Everybody Hits tonight. They'll be joined by Suburban Living, who are all set to ring in the New Year with Mo Lowda & The Humble and Air is Human at Ortleib's. Grayling is also slated to open the bill. Everybody Hits, 529 W. Girard Ave, 8pm, $8, All Ages - Bill McThrill

New Track: "Qiet" - Vita and the Woolf

Jennifer Pague’s vocal usher in an air of commanding power, while touching on the softer, slightly fragile context provided in Vita and the Woolf’s latest single “Qiet.” Anticipatory percussions open the song as Pague’s voice accompanies varying instrumental tones, sitting in a strong, rough-around-the-edges, synthpop power ballad that is elegantly exposed and reassuringly resilient. Their new album, Tunnels, is slated for a January 20th release. However, they’ll be performing at Everybody Hits on Thursday, December 8, as part of lineup that also includes Grayling.


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