Vex Red Album
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It’s been a seriously long wait for a new record from Vex Red and most people assumed we would never see a follow up to their incredible debut album, Start With A Strong And Persistent Desire back in 2002. After 17 years, it’s with open arms we welcome these cult rockers back into the spotlight.
VEX RED first emerged in 2001 after submitting a demo to producer Ross Robinson, quickly signing to his Virgin Records imprint label, I Am. Two singles ‘Itch’ and ‘Can’t Smile’ preceded the international release of their debut album Start With A Strong And Persistent Desire (Virgin/EMI) in early 2002.
“We’re extremely proud of Give Me The Dark. It represents a journey from the Vex back in the day to the ‘grown ups’ (said loosely) that we are today, and how we have all had to find our way in our own lives whilst trying to keep friendships strong. Musically Terry has outdone himself with the song writing, and with Keith smashing the Production side it’s been so easy for the rest of us to come in and add our colour to the tracks.”
With a new EP set to be released OCTOBER 4th, GIVE ME THE DARK, the band can certainly expect a horde of nostalgia waiting for them on the upcoming tour
Vex Red Tour Dates 2020
FEBRUARY 2020 HEADLINE UK TOUR DATES
20th – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
21st – King Tuts Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
22nd – Factory, Manchester
27th – Exchange, Bristol
28th – O2 Academy, Oxford
29th – O2 Academy, London
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