Vase Vide Release Debut LP, ‘Hello, Moon. Good Night.’
Colorado Springs based art-rock band Vase Vide have released their first full-length studio album, Hello, Moon. Good Night. Produced by Adam Hawkins at Right Heel Music, the album follows up the band’s previous 2017 release of ‘The Colors of Entropy'[EP].
Hello, Moon. Good Night follows the band’s September release of their first single from the album, “A Melody Says More,” which is currently charting for radio airplay on the AC Top 50. Accompanying the single is a music video directed by filmmaker Tommy Helvenstine, which you can watch below.
Vase Vide is a Colorado Spring based art-rock quintet founded in 2016 by multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Daniel Oglesby. Taking influence from Experimental, Neo-Psychedelia and Alternative Rock, the quintet delivers a synthesizer-heavy dream-pop sound. Drummer Alex Rich drives the band’s sound through his development of pulsating rhythms backed by the low-end groove of bass player Korey Wilkinson. Oglesby’s haunting vocal style drives the story told by the guitar and synth layers created by he and Dave Gashaw, while multi-instrumentalist Kellie Palmblad adds highlights to the band’s sonic foundation.
Vase Vide will be holding an album release party at The Zodiac in Colorado Springs, Colorado on November 10, 2017.