OWEL

OWEL

Woven In Hiatus, Eaves, Followship

Thu. November 15, 2018

6:00 pm

Canal Club

Richmond, VA

$10.00 - $13.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

OWEL
OWEL
"The songs on this record feel a lot like diary entries to me. In this case, the phrase 'dear me' can be read as both an expression of regret and the beginning of a letter to oneself. I see it as both," notes OWEL vocalist Jay Sakong. "That's the nice thing about lyrics in songs - you can pretty much reveal the most secretive parts of yourself and not feel as exposed as if you just said it out loud."

New Jersey-based indie outfit OWEL will release their intimate sophomore full-
length, dear me, on November 11, which was co-produced by Sakong and Gates' vocalist Kevin Dye. dear me is the follow-up to Every Good Boy (EP, 2015) that was produced by Mike Watts (As Tall As Lions, The Dear Hunter), and the band's debut, self-titled full-length (2013).

Featuring delicate, dreamy vocals with lush five-part harmonies, elegant string arrangements and a tasteful touch of electronic elements throughout, the band has
created a truly stunning sound on dear me that is all their own and simultaneously feels classic and modern. On the album, dramatic crescendos and dynamic soundscapes weave behind ethereal vocals, gracefully leading listeners on a phenomenal sonic journey of reflection, curiosity and contemplation.

"A lot of the songs on the self-titled album dealt with guilt and maybe even a bit of self- loathing. And while some of those feelings may still linger on the new record, I think for the most part the newer songs reflect a slightly more optimistic state of mind," he reveals. "We were mostly just excited to go into the studio. I know some musicians
prefer performing live over recording and, although I do love to perform live, I think making music in the studio is my favorite thing to do in life."

OWEL formed in 2013 and is comprised of Jay Sakong (lead vocals, guitar, keys), Jane Park (vocals, violin, viola, keys), Nunzio Moudatsos (vocals, bass), Ryan Vargas (percussion) and Seamus O'Connor (vocals, guitar, keys).

To date, OWEL has shared stages with the likes of Minus The Bear, Foxing, American Authors and performed at festivals such as Gentlemen of the Road, CMJ, SXSW, and
Northside Festival. The band has also seen syncs across numerous networks including NBC, FOX, E!, Showtime, TLC, Oxygen, The CW and more. OWEL has also been noted as a band to watch by Pitchfork, NPR, Grantland, Noisey, A.V. Club and more.
Woven In Hiatus
Woven In Hiatus
Sometimes we long for the past and fear for the future, so much so that we cling to our memories like a drug. Our nostalgia can blind us, and prevent our ability to move forward. Woven In Hiatus is this feeling personified. The sonic manifestation of a mentality frozen in time.

Hailing from Boston MA, Woven In Hiatus is an indie acoustic project comprised of singer-songwriter Luke Nagel, bassist Nicolas Casis, guitarist Richard Pingree, and percussionist Nicholas Aspell. Musically the band puts together a wide array of influences to create a unique blend of indie acoustic, shoegaze, and pop punk with an emphasis on storytelling and emotive lyrics.

After coming together in the late fall of 2015, the band has released one 4 song EP titled Roam, and has since signed with the Ohio based indie-rock record label InVogue Records. Since the signing, the band has recorded their debut full length LP with producer Nick Ingram of Capital House Studio, and released their debut single "Bedframe" through Alternative Press Magazine.
Eaves
Eaves
Aggressive Indie Rock / Richmond, VA. A combination of noises in hopes to connect to a beautiful humanity that doesn't always know how beautiful it is.
Followship
Followship
Followship is a rock band located in Richmond, Virginia, influenced by genres such as prog, heavy metal, punk, and alternative.
Venue Information:
Canal Club
1545 E. Cary Street
Richmond, VA, 23220
http://www.thecanalclub.com/