THE VRYLL SOCIETY – Announce Blossoms Tour Support + Unveil Debut EP ‘Pangea’ – Listen

TRACK OF THE DAY: THE VRYLL SOCIETY - 'Coshh'

Deltasonic’s newest signing The Vryll Society continue to mesmerise and enthrall with their wonderful groove-laden sound and today release their eagerly anticipated debut EP ‘Pangea’ along with the announcement of a UK tour slot supporting highly-acclaimed Manchester band Blossoms.

Having just completed a hugely successful UK tour themselves and earned glowing reviews in the process, the Liverpool five-piece have announced they’ll be joining newly-signed Virgin EMI rockers Blossoms on the road in February next year with dates in cities including Brighton, Belfast and Dublin (full tour details below).

The visionary founder of Deltasonic (The Coral, The Zutons, The Dead 60s) the late Alan Wills, discovered and worked closely with The Vryll Society. He noticed potential in the “space rock sorcerers” straight away and guided them through their initial development to the wonderful ethereal mix which they have achieved with these songs.

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Ann Heston, label manager of Deltasonic and manager of The Vryll Society, said: “Deltasonic continues with the same philosophy as Alan started with, making and releasing music that we all love with new young artists. The Vryll Society are a band who want to push boundaries and share their wonderful music with as many people as possible and are astounding their live audiences wherever they go”.

The Liverpool band’s debut EP Pangea (derived from ancient Greek for whole of the earth) is released through Deltasonic Records and showcases Mike Ellis’ ethereal vocals and occupying territory from Neu and Air to early Verve and Stone Roses. They undoubtedly deliver a unique blend of styles which they are making their own.

February Tour Dates (supporting Blossoms)

Fri 06 – The Academy, Dublin
Sat 07 – Voodoo, Belfast
Thurs 18 – The Old Fire Station, Bournemouth
Fri 19 – Concorde 2, Brighton
Sat 20 – The Bullingdon, Oxford
Wed 24 – The Welly, Hull
Fri 26 – Academy 2, Leicester

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