News: VVomen Stream Post-Hardcore Debut EP Early


Poetic post-hardcore band VVomen (pronounced "wim-in") will release their debut EP Moving On this Friday the 21st, but you can hear it right now, premiering at Idobi Radio. The Sacramento quartet recently released a music video for the EP's first single "Cadence and Carousel" here, a lumbering punk song complete with giant papier-mache heads. Although the band draws comparisons to Touché Amoré and La Dispute, as well as veterans like At The Drive In and Jawbreaker, their quirky, easy-going vibe creates a distinct contrast with the emotionally intensive music.
Guitarist Kyle Handson says "We really love when people like our band, but we aren’t trying to get through to every single demographic with this album. We just want to keep being us and have as much fun as possible."
The earnest, speak/shouting style vocals on Moving On are emotional, but not emo. The music is angular and lurching, but unabashedly melodic and catchy. It was produced/engineered by Pat Hills at Earth Tone Studios (Tera Melos, SHARKS) and is available for pre-order on Bandcamp.

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