Turning violet Violet

Turning violet Violet

 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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From their unique instrumentation to their literate, narrative storytelling, catchy melodies, and strong vocal harmonies, TvV has been consistently characterized as one of the most unique indie rock bands to hit the east coast, with music sweet as a wonka bar.

Biography

Turning violet Violet (who borrow their name from Brandon's favorite movie of all times) have graduated from an emerging pop rock outfit into a fixture in the Philadelphia indie music scene. After their 2010 and 2011 releases, they sharpened their live edge playing with Glasvegas, Oh Land, Mr. Dream, and many others all over the east coast. After spending months writing and recording, TvV is touring throughout 2012 to promote their latest independent release, Double Cure.

Double Cure, recorded at Miner St. Studios with Brian McTear and Jon Low, is the band's largest release to date. It charts the stories of five individuals through first person narratives displaying struggles with death and living.

TvV blends powerful guitar driven hooks with catchy vocal melodies and swooning viola parts to create a unique and compelling sound. Their live show is known for high energy performances and powerful vocal harmonies. Their recordings and live shows have gained press and acknowledgments from media outlets including The New York Post, Philadelphia City Paper, Y rock on XPN, Ticket Magazine, Deli Magazine, and Philly weekly, among others.

Discography

2012: Double Cure LP

2011: Split album: "Pink Sky" and "Blue Beside Me"

2010: Fierce Remains EP released on August 6th

-"Suzanne": streamed on New York Post

-"I saw you in a Dream": played on Y rock on XPN and streamed on their site

-"You have Fashioned" streamed on City paper