Last seen on the Moseley Folk Festival stage, playing an early and bright time slot on the opening day, The Vryll Society have been ‘locked away in their subterranean rehearsal space for more than a year’ working on their new Pangea EP.
Recently signing to Liverpool based Deltasonic Records, The Vryll Society also released their debut single ‘Deep Blue Skies’ on the label this year – after being picked up and championed by the late Deltasonic founder Alan Wills, who died in 2014 following a cycling accident.
A four track EP, including the previously released ‘Air’, Pangea is ‘a complex body of work, to stimulate both the soul and mind’ – formulated by five piece ‘space rockers’ after ‘long days of liquid jams and crafted song writing, laced with touches of Funkadelic, Aphrodites Child and Krautrock’.
But perhaps the best way to hear the musically ineffable is to listen, so click on the link/image below for a more firsthand description:
‘Deep Blue Skies’ – The Vryll Society
The Vryll Society come to The Sunflower Lounge on Wednesday 7th October – with local support from Semantics + Institutes. For direct gig info & tickets, visit http://birminghampromoters.com/Events/the-vryll-society/
For more on The Vryll Society, visit https://www.facebook.com/TheVryllSociety
For more from The Sunflower Lounge, visit http://thesunflowerlounge.com/
For more from Deltasonic Records, visit http://deltasonicrecords.co.uk/
For more from Birmingham Promoters, visit http://birminghampromoters.com/