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The Vryll Society + Semantics

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Date:
Wed 7 October, 2015
Time:
7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Age Restrictions

Ages 16+

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£6 via Birmingham Promoters
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The Vryll Society have been locked away in their hazy rehearsal space creating and bringing together their wonderful sound. After long days of liquid jams, and crafted songwriting, interlaced with touches of Funkadelic and Aphrodites Child, a rich ocean of sound has come to the surface. Oh yes! Hail the space rockers of the future.

Described as breathing new life into Liverpool’s venerated Deltasonic Records (The Coral, The Zutons) by the NME, their debut single ‘Deep Blue Skies’ has received widespread attention, following support slots with the likes of Peace, Ariel Pink and Blossoms.

 “The Vryll Society have successfully woven Pink Floyd ambience with the sad tension of Echo and the Bunnymen” – The Tipping Point

“Whirling riffs… driving, kraut-psych rhythms take control and kaleidoscopic bursts of texture flash atop the spine to enthralling effect” – Get Into This 

The Vryll Society Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Deep Blue Skies’ below:


Plus support from SEMANTICS

Forming in August of 2014, Semantics are a product of the combined styles, emotions and influences of its four members Aidan Willis (Guitar), Rob Lilley (Vocals and Guitar), Liam Moore (Drums) and Josh RB (Bass), who write as a collaborative of four individuals.

After releasing ‘Games’ back in February, the band were described as having ”a mature sound that gives the impression of a band that has been together longer than the 7 months Semantics have existed” (Pure M) and having a sound that ”rings of tantalising broodiness” (The Indiependent).

After recording and writing over the Summer, Semantics return to the gigging circuit for the Autumn and Winter whilst preparing their EP to be released late 2015/early 2016.

Semantics Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter 

Listen to ‘Games’ below: