Vanish Valley
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Vanish Valley

Los Angeles, California, United States | INDIE

Los Angeles, California, United States | INDIE
Band Rock Americana




"Video Free Silver Lake: Vanish Valley"

Vanish Valley's latest "Races" from their record Get Good (released yesterday) features some extreme closeups of all of the instruments, including lead singer and brain Andrew McAllister 's face. - Radio Free Silverlake

"Ears Wide Open: Vanish Valley"

Andrew McAllister and Vanish Valley mete out Southern (California) fried morsels as well as chunks of piquant indie rock. - Buzzbands LA

"Vanish Valley “Vanish Valley”"

"A brilliantly sequenced album of moody, atmospheric character sketches, best experienced from start to finish as one musical sentence." - Innocent Words

"Vanish Valley “Vanish Valley”"

"Not one song on Vanish Valley serves as filler. In fact, every song is nothing less than bliss... I think the future is very bright for McAllister" - Olive Music

"Cool Band: Vanish Valley"

"A simple, sweet, brief album that should remind you of the sunshine warming your jeans when the cold rain of autumn falls again." - Glorious Noise

"Vanish Valley “Vanish Valley”"

"The album breezes by and demands repeated plays, the thirteen tracks are laid back and soaked in melancholy, aptly delivered with minimal instrumentation to accompany McAllister’s raspy vocal" - Beat Surrender

"TRAX: Vanish Valley"

4 Stars - Pasadena Weekly

"Get Good, Vanish Valley"

“A catchy yet haunting countrified feel that has the ability to get caught in your head after one listen” - Striker Bill

"Get Good: New Album from Vanish Valley"

“A lovely mix of rootsy folk and hazy country psychedelia” - The Mad Mackerel


Vanish Valley LP 2010
Get Good LP 2011



General Info/Booking:

Press Inquires:
Alyssa DeHayes
Team Clermont Music PR & Radio Promotion

“A collection of stories detailing battles for hope and companionship. Women from the perspectives of lone travelers, felons and family men-their execution sways from folk-ish, Townes Van Zandt-like ballads to fuller Flying Burrito Brothers-inspired, laid-back country rock.” Andrew McAllister sings with a voice characterized by Three Imaginary Girls as “…a country-esque Damien Jurado” and by Seattle’s Stranger as “…a younger more innocent Jeff Tweedy”. These are just a few of many descriptions of Andrew McAllister’s music.

Blending elements of folk, country and psychedelic rock, the songs on Vanish Valley ramble their way through hushed landscapes and into roll-your-window-down backcountry cruises. Listen to
Vanish Valley and you’ll feel it too.