Vita and the Woolf’s new Audiotree session sounds great — and there’s a dog
We’re about a month out until the Vita and the Woolf album Tunnels finally drops on June 16, and as admitted in the band’s Audiotree Live session, it’s an LP that’s been a long time coming. The band recorded the session with Audiotree late last month, and it just hit the interwebs this week.
Aside from sounding crisp on a dope tracklist that mixes new tunes and favorites from last year (“Brett,” “Sun Drop,” “Qiet,” “Diamond Hall,” “Feline” and
“Super Ranger”), the band offers a few glimpses into what they’ve been up to in the year since the current lineup fell into place. They joined Clap Your Hands Say Yeah on tour and learned a lot — from the basics of touring to how to crochet. Facebook Live saw plenty of their broadcasts. Frontwoman Jennifer Pague found a stray dog in North Philly and brought it on tour. The pup makes an appearance during the session, which you can view below.
Your next chance to catch Vita and The Woolf is at Firefly Music Festival down in Delaware, with links and details all found on the XPN Concert Calendar. Until then, give the band’s Audiotree session a listen below. With no post production, it’s about as close to a live product as it gets — and it sounds tremendous.