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Vita and the Woolf

Daytrotter Session - Vita and the Woolf

Daytrotter recently posted their session with Vita and the Woolf. For the in-studio performance, the band sandwiched fan favorites, "Brett" and "Mary," between two previously unreleased tracks, the 8-bit-tinged "Super Ranger" and synth-rumbler "Sundrop". You can listen to and download the session HERE (w/membership), which was recorded on September 25, 2015 at Futreappletree in Rock Island, IL. Vita and the Woolf will be performing next in Philly on Thursday, July 28 at the Spruce Street Harbor Free Concert Series, along with Hemming.

New Track: "Brett (Maps Remix)" - Vita and the Woolf

Sleek, sinister, strolling sounds are injected as UK producer Maps provides a personal stamp, remixing electro-pop duo Vita and the Woolf’s “Brett”. Jen Pague’s soulfully powerful vocals echo, gaining a percussive uptick, ushering movement as a new space emerges. We’ll keep our eyes and ears alert as more info for their album TUNNELS (due out later this year) surfaces. (Photo by Phobymo)

New Track: "Brett" - Vita and the Woolf

Jen Pague’s powerful vocals rush forward in booming sonic command on Vita and the Woolf's latest single “Brett”.  Surrounded by an ominous, percussive thump and sinister synth, Pague’s words carry an authoritative weight as the instrumentation gathers strength in a danceable exhibition of force. As we await their new LP, Vita and the Woolf (who are currently on tour) have planted seeds that suggest the album is one, whose bloom we patiently anticipate.

Vita and the Woolf Pack a Unique Punch at JB's Sept. 17

Contemporary music has benefitted from the world’s all-encompassing interaction with technology. With an increased focus on production and a burgeoning obsession with the limitless manipulations available with audio engineering, more and more people have been able to get involved in the music industry in its ever-expanding territory. In terms of the actual musicians, a new definition of artistic skill has been developed aimed to accommodate this new musical terrain, where groups can be credited for interacting with production in addition to their vocals or instrumentation. While this inclusivity is great, there is something immutably and uniquely resonant about a powerful vocal performance. Vita and the Woolf, Downington, PA native Jen Pague’s glimmering electro-soul project, exemplifies this brand of mesmerizing sonority. Pague’s wistful lyricism and commanding vocals pack a unique punch - drawing obvious connections to foundational soul and rock elements. The pervasive use of an organ-esque electric piano, however, modernize and complicate her songs, bridging the gap between Janis Joplin and Florence Welch, between rock purism and Pague’s peers, layering the classic with the millennial age. You can catch Vita and the Woolf tonight at Johnny Brenda's with Legs Like Tree Trunks and Aphra. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 9pm, $10, 21+ - Blake Oetting


New Video: "Springtime Foxes" (Live - Out Of Town Films) - Vita and the Woolf

Vita and the Woolf's Jen Pague has a voice that demands your attention. You can hear this truth in the latest Out Of Town Films video capturing a stripped-down performance of the yet-to-be-released "Springtime Foxes" at Fishtown's Reanimator Coffee. It's merely a glimpse of what you'll be in store for when she headlines Johnny Brenda's this Thursday, September 17 with support from Legs Like Tree Trunks and Aphra.


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