Posts Tagged ‘Fang Song’

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Philadelphia’s newest electric soul-pop group Vita and the Woolf and their EP release “Fang Song” came out earlier this year. With Front woman Jennifer Pague is expected to impress the with her dynamic vocal range on tracks such as the passionate “Mary” and the circus-inspired “Slipping Hills,” both tunes off of their Fang Song EP,  The eight-track record is result of Prague’s dedicated two years of writing.  As  Xmas approaches here is a superbly worked cover of the Joni Mitchell song “River ” 

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Vita and the Woolf – I remember sitting at my desk during the summer and a friend recommended Vita and the Woolf’s single “Mary” . We stopped what we were doing, crowded around the laptop speakers and listened for the four minutes or so. Frontwoman and pianist Jennifer Pague has a commanding voice and a knack for writing music that pulls you in. It’s soulful, its rocks out with abandon,  plus anthemic arenas. “Fang Song”, Vita and the Woolf’s debut, was a DIY recording project of Pague’s as she wrote a cycle of songs inspired by the romance between Virginia Woolf and Vita Sack-ville West. It’s lo-fi, but it shimmers. With the formation of a live band with Bobby Cleveland on bass and synth and Adam Shumski on drums, their next record could be something special.