July 7, 2022

The Austin-based blog-rockers Voxtrot broke up in 2010, however they’re roaring again to life this yr. Along with prepping two archival releases, the band will head out on tour this fall.

A press release from the band’s singer Ramesh Srivastava:

A couple of yr in the past, I had a dream the place we had been onstage and it was actually constructive. And there was such a powerful and palpable feeling of affection in my coronary heart that once I awoke, it was nonetheless with me. I switched on my telephone and began taking a look at issues tagged with Voxtrot on social media — like youngsters now masking our songs, folks with Voxtrot tattoos — and simply went down this web rabbit gap that made me notice how a lot love there nonetheless is for the band. I used to be seeing it from this actually fantastic viewpoint, and that morning — for the primary time because the band broke up — it appeared very, very apparent that we should always do that.

“This” contains two album-length releases. Early Music combines the band’s EPs Raised By Wolves (2005) and Moms, Sisters, Daughters & Wives (2006); it’s out at the moment digitally and can see bodily launch in September. The self-explanatory Lower From The Stone: Rarities & B​-​Sides collects different obscure Voxtrot oldies and can be on-line in July, additionally with bodily launch in September. There’s additionally a brand new video for his or her Smiths-y single “The Begin Of One thing” that, appropriately sufficient, contains footage from Voxtrot’s first US tour in 2005, shot by Miguel Hinojosa and edited by Royal Pine Productions.

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Try the video, Early Music, and the tour dates under.

09/17 – New York NY @ Webster Corridor
09/18 – Washington DC @ Black Cat
09/23 – San Francisco CA @ The Impartial
09/24 – Los Angeles CA @ The Regent
10/21 – Chicago IL @ Thalia Corridor
10/22 – Minneapolis MN @ Advantageous Line
11/12 – Austin TX @ The Mohawk