Live Review: Vann Music - The Button Factory, March 7th, Review by Una Begley












Live Review: Vann Music - The Button Factory, March 7th, Review by Una Begley

Photo Credit: Pedro Giaquinto https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pedro-Giaquinto-Photography/239676282852694

In their biggest headline show to date, Vann Music took to the Button Factory stage to launch their new EP “Running” with an explosive set, supported by Emily McCormick and My Tribe Your Tribe.


With “Running” released on 6th March, and having warmed up with a HMV instore performance earlier in the day, it was clear that Vann Music were ready to celebrate. They have already established themselves as firm festival favourites, with their infectious synth-heavy previous releases such as “Tina” and “Life in Real Time” from debut EP “Electro Shock Dreams” always crowd pleasers.



However, their new tracks show a darker more reflective side to their music, especially in current single “Boy”, and a new-found funk edge, such as on “Repeat”, both of which serve to add a depth to their sound as a whole. While their previous releases have been insanely catchy, these new songs help to create a more distinctive, mature edge - the contrast between the tracks from their two EPs highlights their evolution as a band in a really exciting direction.



With a short and sweet set that left the crowd hungry for more, Vann Music stomped their way back onto the live scene in style - they've more dates scheduled around the country and I highly recommend trying to see them live. (For more tour dates, see here - http://www.vannmusic.com/shows)



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