Vibrations From The Void are a Brisbane rock’n’roll band that fuses rock with even more rock with danceable grooves for an infectious good time. Hailing from the humid depths of the sunlight-soaked Brisbane, VFTV have just released their debut EP, ‘God Damn!’
Recorded by Brock Weston (Bugs, Regular Band, The Jensens) live at Bedlam Records, their debut EP is 5 tracks of high-octane, caffeine-fuelled riffery, featuring new single Margarita Maria, Resurrect My Mojo and fan favourite Coup de Grâce which features the sing-a-long chorus to end all sing-a-long choruses.
The band (featuring Ryan Murr, Brendan Dawe, Peter Green and John Larney) formed out of the desire to play loud, frenetic, fun rock’n’roll and the energy they project to the audience when playing is listed on WHO’s 10 Most Contagious Diseases. A toe-tappin’, head-boppin’, booty-shakin’ party is almost certainly guaranteed, unless, of course, you don’t have a pulse. While a lot of the influences are old-school classics, VFTV‘s commitment to fucking ripping it up keeps the music sounding as fresh as ever, while some outsider influences keep the reins in check from just being “one-of-those” bands.
Consistently filling up bar rooms (even before covid), they are the self proclaimed “aural equivalent of a freight train mounted air-raid siren adorned with disco balls with thunderous drums, thick AF bass-lines, chunkier-than-thou guitar and melodic vocal wails”. With live music thrown into disarray in 2020, VFTV spent the downtime writing a bunch of new tunes, taking care of business (i.e. merch) and making video clips for the EP’s release.
After several shows around Brisbane, including a sold out show at The Bearded Lady, Vibrations From The Void are playing a few select shows to celebrate the EP wherever they can to however many people can fit in a room.
‘GOD DAMN’ EP LAUNCH SHOWS (remaining dates)
Friday 2nd October | The Flamin’ Galah | Brisbane, QLD – FREE ENTRY
Vibrations From The Void‘s ‘God Damn’ EP is out now
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