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Vigil and Thieves to Release a New Single

Don't miss out on the new single from this optimistically tragic indie quartet!



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Vigil and Thieves, the four-piece optimistically tragic indie group from Kansas City, MO will be releasing their first single since the September 2014 debut of their EP.

“Vicious Ears” is described as an “atmospheric and dynamic track” that calls upon and revisits the greatest parts of the emo wave from the early 2000s.

This is the first release since the band welcomed their fourth member.

The band is currently writing for their debut full-length album and booking regional shows in the Midwest.

 

Sarah Storm and Andrew Flaherty met Steph Castor, the future guitarist for the band, at a local show. Originally playing the bass as a fill-in, Steph switched to the guitar and fell into the role she was destined for. After self-producing and releasing their debut EP, the trio toured for two months spanning Chicago to Dallas.

After the tour, the trio welcomed Matt Muckenthaler as the bassist and fourth member, completing Vigil and Thieves.

The band describes themselves as “a group of vagabonds who ignore the rules of real life and instead create sounds and poetry that will make you wanna dance.”

 

“Vicious Ears” will be available for streaming and purchase on Friday October 2 here.

 

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