Sat Mar. 7: VITA & THE WOOLF
Hauntingly melodic. Uplifting. Its like riding on a carousel wielding a hammer and a smile.
Vita and the Woolf plays live Saturday March 7, at the Juggling Gypsy. Don’t miss this one.
Listen for yourself here, and come see this extra special appearance.
$5 cover for 21+ $6 under.
Local support provided by:
– Exploding Math Lab
Vita And The Woolf has one mission- create electronic soul pop that makes you move and moves you. As the brainchild of Jennifer Pague, the band’s name was so affectionately inspired by the love relationship between novelists Vita Sackville West and Virginia Woolf.
Passion-filled and vocal driven, Vita And The Woolf’s music is rich in harmonies. Many have compared Pague’s voice, wide-ranged and almost operatic, to that of Florence Welch. Pague has been writing songs under the Vita moniker for the past two years. Romantically tragic and adventurous, Pague’s lyrics are largely inspired by her European travels to Belgium and the Netherlands. The haunting vocal layering combined with an eclectic yet tasteful instrumentation produce a sound that reflects soul and powerful choral ballads.
Having released their critically acclaimed debut EP “Fang Song” on September 16th , and fresh off of CMJ, the band is gearing up for their Sophomore release, which is projected to drop September 2015. Meanwhile, they continue to build their reputation as Philly’s ‘next big thing’ as they head out to South By Southwest.