Vita & The Woolf, PROM, Deadfellow
847 N Third Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19123
This event is 21 and over
Vita & The Woolf
Vita and the Woolf is the sound of operatic vocals meeting neo-soul synth pop. Driven by the anthemic voice of front woman, Jennifer Pague and supported by the dynamic drumming of Adam Shumski, Vita and the Woolf has been melding cross-genre influences in their powerhouse electronic style since their first EP Fang Song came out in 2014.
The band’s head-turning live show has since grown to reflect both the range of Pague’s vocals and the music’s shape shifting energy.
Originally inspired by the love relationship between novelists Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf, the name “Vita and the Woolf” was chosen while Pague was studying abroad in Europe in 2012. Upon returning to the states and going through a variety of line-up changes, the band has since solidified as a collaboration between Pague and Shumski. In the past year this configuration of Vita and the Woolf has been featured on the Urban Outfitters Music Blog, NYLON Magazine, and other regional and national media outlets as the band gears up for their upcoming album release in 2017. Stay tuned for more info about “TUNNELS”, the band’s new full length record.
Vita and the Woolf recently toured as direct support for Rasputina on a 17-date cross country tour. In addition they have performed at XPoNential Music Festival in 2015 on the same lineup as St. Vincent, My Morning Jacket, and Courtney Barnett. And have opened up for Milk & Bone, Christine Perri & Colbie Caillat, Hamilton Leithauser, and The Parlour Tricks.
PROM is the dream pop collaboration of Ella Zoller and Gabriel Stanley based out of Brooklyn, NY. They met in late 2012 and soon after joined forces with producer Dave "Champagne" Weingarten to record their debut EP Keeping Company in a series of hazy late night sessions. Their debut LP Holding Pattern dropped on August 23rd and is a more focused framework of their formerly airy, spacious sound.
PROM describes their sound as pop forward with a dark slant that focuses on lower frequencies, trap beats, and sparkles.
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