Vox Vocis kicked off their In The Arms of The Sun tour in their hometown yesterday, with And Then Suddenly. They are all set to take off on the road on the 24th; these guys are known to put on an amazing show and you won’t want to miss it.
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We are excited to announce that Vox Vocis will be touring through the U.S starting on the 21st of January. Check out the tour dates below to ensure you don’t miss out on your chance for an unforgettable night!
January 21st – Houston, Walter’s Downtown
January 24th – Austin, Lucky’s Lounge
January 25th – San Antonio, Jack’s Patio Bar and Grill
January 26th – El Paso, The Groooovy Smoothie
January 27th – Phoenix, Yucca Tap Room
January 28th – Los Angeles, Silverlake Lounge
January 29th – Chico, The 1078 Gallaery
January 30th – Eugene, The Wandering Goat
January 31st – Portland, Ash Street Saloon
February 1st – Bend, Volcanic Theatre Pub
February 2nd – San Francisco, The Honey Hive
February 3rd – Sacramento, Café Colonial
February 4th – Jamestown, Gypsy Shack
February 5th – Los Angeles, The 4th Dimension
February 6th – Flagstaff, Hotel Monte Vista
February 7th – Las Vegas, TBA
February 8th – Albuquerque, Duke City Sound
February 9th – Colorado Springs, Sunshine Studio
February 10th – College Station, Grand Stafford Theatre
February 11th – Dallas, Prophet Bar
“A song can create an emotional connection like no other media. It can tell a story about someone you love or share a message regarding your business.“
Seth Lael has released a brand new music video for “Jimmy’s Dream.” The song depicts the harsh housing and renting market in the bay area. When asked about the song and video, “when my wife and I moved back to San Francisco 6 years ago, we rented a single room in a three room flat,” explains Lael. “After a few months, the landlord started cutting up the place, drastically reducing our living space. Our kitchen and hallway were split to create more rooms for new tenants. When we sat down to talk about it, he said, “Either deal with it or leave.”
But the song is meant to convey an even bigger message, Lael says, “we need regulation like that of prop F to keep the hotel and housing market in balance so that the city can maintain lower cost housing. Or, we need to start paying a lot more to see and hear performances!” Check out the video here.
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The Women’s International Music Network recently praised Jules on the obvious hard work put into her debut EP Heart Of Armor. Jules’ style was strongly compared to the work of Imagine Dragons.
You can check out the full article here.